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  • v. Present participle of emulate.


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  • This election was partly a statement about the direction of the country, and the lack of a convincing story emulating from the White House about how the country will get back on the right track.

    James Love: The 2010 Elections, Reflections, Lessons and Taking Stock

  • Simon, I completely agree that emulating is the wrong way to handle it.

    Voice Lessons?

  • Well at least emulating is not illegal as long as you own the game.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Today’s Comic

  • Salafis, in emulating practices that go back to the roots of the faith, are much like the fundamentalists of other religions.

    The Education of Ali Al-Timimi

  • The luxury of the palace excited the contempt and indignation of Julian, who usually slept on the ground, who yielded with reluctance to the indispensable calls of nature; and who placed his vanity, not in emulating, but in despising, the pomp of royalty.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • In liberal-leaning Vermont, even Republicans in the state legislature are open to the idea of emulating a single-payer system, though they quibble with how it is being set up.

    Vermont Health Plan Advances

  • With large majorities in Congress and an obsequious press corps, Mr. Obama was smitten with the idea of emulating President Franklin Roosevelt's First 100 Days of legislative success in 1933.

    The Obama Agenda Bogs Down

  • LibDem leadership contender Ming Campbell said today: I pay tribute to Sr Berlusconi for this selfless act which I shall have no problem in emulating.

    Berlusconi Shows LibDems the Way to Abstinencerillo

  • I am warming to the idea of emulating it because I think the ten of us who have been posting members of the BBA have come to realize that it is difficult to have a job, a family, and post formal blog posts to two sites.

    Changes to Badger Blog Alliance format

  • It is not that we do not own one, -- a rigid box of that name has belonged to us now for many a year; and when Sudleigh came out with a new one, plumes, trappings, and all, we broached the idea of emulating her.

    Tiverton Tales


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