Resembling

Some articles on resembling:

Cutaneous Conditions - Approach To Diagnoses - Morphology - Configuration
... or nummular - round or disc-shaped Figurate - with a particular shape Guttate - resembling drops Gyrate - coiled or spiral-shaped Herpetiform ...
Yowie (chocolate)
... Their names were Rumble (deserts, resembling a kangaroo), Boof (rainforests and mountains, resembling a bandicoot), Crag (swamps and mangroves, resembling a crocodile), Ditty (bushla ...
Polygonia C-album - Description
... of the wings of this butterfly are a dull brown colour, with a small white 'C' shaped marking resembling a comma (hence the common name) ... They are are black and white, resembling a bird dropping ... The form that overwinters before reproducing has dark undersides of the wings, resembling a dead leaf, a perfect camouflage throughout the winter ...
Cities Of The Interior
... Its central figures are three women resembling different aspects of the author, and in some superficial ways June Miller ... In some of the books they interact with each other, with a painter resembling Henry Miller and with South Americans resembling Gonzalo Moré and Helba ...
Computer-generated Imagery - Generating Cloth and Skin Images
... three levels of realism photo realism in resembling real skin at the static level physical realism in resembling its movements and functional realism in ...

Famous quotes containing the word resembling:

    Traveling, you realize that differences are lost: each city takes to resembling all cities, places exchange their form, order, distances, a shapeless dust cloud invades the continents.
    Italo Calvino (1923–1985)

    Woman’s success in lifting men out of their way of life nearly resembling that of the beasts—who merely hunted and fished for food, who found shelter where they could in jungles, in trees, and caves—was a civilizing triumph.
    Mary Ritter Beard (1876–1958)

    A custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs, and in the black, stinking fume thereof nearest resembling the horrible Stygian smoke of the pit that is bottomless.
    James I of England, James VI of Scotland (1566–1625)