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- v. Present participle of model.
- v. Alternative spelling of modeling.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied
- n. the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)
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Glamour modelling is a euphemism for softcore porn.
Grippy in corners, with a palpable sense of acceleration off an apex, the modelling is immensely detailed – a world away from sports cars and unique to F1.
The8-tonne mosaic is held together by a framework of snap-out plastic parts reminiscentof those used in modelling kits.
Of course, if the reason for the modelling is to point to the meninglessness of the predictions in "the economic literature" I see the point.
Learning by modelling is a powerful technique, and as avid readers as well as writers we can all learn from our heroes.
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I mean, I do believe that the task of boiling down an intellectual problem to its essence, which is a lot of what's involved in modelling, and the task of figuring out how to talk about some fairly complex problem in fairly simple natural language, are related.
Although she is not averse to try her luck in modelling, education remains her first priority.
Its study, based on computer modelling, is reported in the journal Nature.
Which scientist say that the debate about computer modelling is over?