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  • noun Plural form of mannequin.

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Examples

  • I am attempting to do this while at the same time keep the characters recognisable and truthful, simultaneously trying to compensate for the lack of vocal inflection with an increased elasticity of expression; drawing lifeless on-model mannequins is in nobody's interests.

    Hands Up

  • In France, two extremes of fashion ideology - burqas and plastic-surgery 'mannequins' - line up to buy bread.

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  • In France, two extremes of fashion ideology - burqas and plastic-surgery 'mannequins' - line up to buy bread.

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  • In France, two extremes of fashion ideology - burqas and plastic-surgery 'mannequins' - line up to buy bread.

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  • In France, two extremes of fashion ideology - burqas and plastic-surgery 'mannequins' - line up to buy bread.

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  • The walls are embedded with a mish-mash of unique objects, such as mannequins and old pieces of furniture, bringing the setting to life on an unprecedented level.

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  • Iran threatens to arrest 'unIslamic' suntanned women who look like "mannequins"

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  • You could construct an argument that these 'mannequins' are incapable of assimilating in a state that upholds real equality of the sexes.

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  • How about D-Torso's "mannequins" designed by Japanese creator Yuki Matsoka?

    Babygadget

  • They also were complicit in campaigns pitted against female enfranchisement and the drive for the systematic removal of women from all public visibility (including female forms such as mannequins!).

    Bloggers.Pakistan

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