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1 All the rest resembles a jaw which has been denuded of its teeth.
2 cooking the soup releases an amino acid that resembles the drug acetylcysteine, which is used to treat bronchitis and other respiratory ailments.
3 For the moment, the candidates are appealing to a Republican Party whose core is so contorted in fury at Mr. Obama that it barely resembles the one that nominated George W. Bush in 2000.
4 smoldering fire and fumes prevented rescue workers from getting near the plant, officials say the blast area resembles a war zone.
5 They open to a screen that resembles the classic desktop, but Windows can be dragged with a finger.
6 This stretch of Iceland's northern coast resembles a tiger's head complete with stripes of orange, black and white.
7 Add the butter and using a food processor, or the tips of your fingers, rub together until the mixture resembles rough breadcrumbs.
8 The brightest supernova in 400 years resembles a cosmic string of pearls.
9 Instead of a friendly orange blob, it resembles something that has escaped from a medieval torture chamber.
10 hobbit Motel resembles an authentic hobbit hole built into the side of the mountain.
11 He says the scene resembles California's Silicon Valley 15 years ago, when the first wave of entrepreneurs paved the way for the new wave of dot-com era entrepreneurs.
12 Somewhat resembles a McIntosh; used as both an eating and a cooking apple.
13 Sometimes our fate resembles a fruit tree in winter: Who would think that those branches would turn green again and blossom, but we hope it, we know it.
14 It resembles a statue of marble which stands in the desert and is continuously threatened with burial by the shifting-sand.
15 Yemen is the Arabian Peninsula's poorest state and more closely resembles many sub-Saharan countries than any of its Gulf neighbors.
16 Sometimes culture resembles "one big stomped anthill," say John P. Robinson and Geoffrey Godbey in their book Time for Life.
17 is partly because of a system of residence permits, called hukou, that resembles the pass system in South Africa under apartheid.
18 The complicated design on his tunic resembles a drawing in the Royal Library, Windsor, apparently a study for this painting, that will also be shown in the exhibition.
19 Although the dramatic image resembles the patterns made by an oil slick, the colour variations are from the bright layered deposits on the plateau.
20 This fluid might be blood; it might also be decomposition fluid, which resembles blood at a certain stage.
21 It resembles grass, but with a plastic sheen and black sandy granules at its roots.
22 The peacocks, the buffalo and even the rhea [a South American bird that resembles an ostrich] disappeared," says a Havana resident.
23 Because this behavior resembles that of circular logs, I have dubbed the concept "circular queues" and over the years I've found it to be extremely useful for administration and debugging.
24 The bulging-eyed robot, developed by the Ryomei Engineering Company, resembles a Japanese mythological creature with the head of a tiger and the body of a fish.
25 Moreover, the topography there resembles that of metropolitan Phoenix – a valley surrounded by mountains that trap the dirty air within.
26 of soul in young girls, which is composed of coldness and gayety, resembles snow. It melts in love, which is its sun.
27 There is ample evidence that many other mammals make play sounds, including tickle-induced panting, which resembles human laughter.
28 are lollipops that come in something which resembles alipstick tube, but you can put your finger in it to push thelollipop up.
29 Cuban society no longer resembles that of the Soviet days.
30 This recent bout of globalisation resembles the awards' earliest years.