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  • Emulating the tactics of early 20th-century Modernism – with semi-abstract landscapes congruent to Salvador Dali's evocative yet surreal ambience – and borrowing from Kandinsky's sculptural semblance, recurring geometrical forms are built to create crippled new landscapes that leave an unfamiliar feeling of depth and space.

    Guardian young arts critic competition: 2010 winning entries

  • Emulating (read: ripping off) Tesco, the clown princes (read: unrelenting bellends) of online sports betting have created one of those clever (rea … oh, enough of this) ads that sends up pretentious mobile phone commercials.

    The Hard Sell: Paddy Power

  • Emulating the style of the pulp adventure magazines of the [...]

    2009 August 11 « Third Point of Singularity

  • Emulating his grandfather, who wrote a history of Minnesota's Sioux Indians, young Hughes compiled the first of three volumes of history of the Hohenzollern family for a junior high school project that was featured in the Mankato newspaper, but broke off the correspondence when the U.S. declared war on Germany.

    Al Eisele: An American's Unique Link to German History

  • Emulating Berghain's legendary disregard for curfews, each DJ will play for an incredible four hours, taking the party right through to 9am and beyond.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • Emulating Jeremy Pressman's succinct summary of policy toward Iran, here's a summary of how American Jews feel about President Barack Obama and how they will vote in 2012:

    Brent E. Sasley: Predicting the Jewish Vote in 2012

  • Emulating the comics, which were drawn by dozens of different artists, they introduce multiple Pekars, including Mr. Giamatti and the man himself, blurring the divisions between art and life.

    Truths and Frictions

  • Emulating or duplicating rather defeat the purpose of using popular, existing, free, social networking sites.

    If You Think NOMAD Is Bad .... - NASA Watch

  • Emulating the Topshop magic meant getting the quickest supply chains possible.

    Why fast fashion is slow death for the planet

  • Emulating the party that cast off the warnings of Dwight Eisenhower for the "sleepy wisdom" of Ronald Reagan cannot be a good thing.

    Matthew Anderson: Andrew Cuomo, Rahm Emanuel and Democrats''Orwellian' Problem

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