from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who apes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who apes.
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- noun Someone who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun someone who copies the words or behavior of another
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What is important, then, is the principle of propriety, a neat accord between the figure and the subject, a kind of aperçu.
In a p aper published in the journal Food Biophysics last year , Dr. Watzke and colleagues described one such experiment using olive oil.
The ending bottoms out in a string of loud and devolved antics that conjure a Harmony Korine aper recreating an episode of Monsters.
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One of his newest creations: a leather version of an ordinary brown p aper grocery bag for about $1,045.
Specifically, Klein included in his email information from CNN's "political researchers" that stated "the state of Hawaii Health Department went paperless" in 2001, that the "[p] aper documents were discarded," and that "[t] he official record of Obama's birth is now an official ELECTRONIC record" [emphasis in original].
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For years I have been listening to pundits say (and in this case I think they are right) that a politician is better off if he can make his negative attacks aper to be responses to his oponents negative atacks.
That is being an aper of a dim-witted monkey; it is simply not having any standards or beliefs at all.
We hold that such aper se approach would be contrary to the clear command of our reviewing court In re Ochiai, 71 F.3d 1565, 1572 Fed.