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  • The events in the beginning of the novel resemble those that took place during that event.
  • The conditions in London resembled those of most cities of two hundred years ago.
  • In neither size nor shape did they resemble those of the Old World. Cited from American Scenes, and Christian Slavery, by Ebenezer Davies
  • You were made to believe at one time that your features resembled those of a certain Emperor. Cited from Works, V3, by Lucian of Samosata
  • He also has no apparent ears, at least none that resemble those of a human.
  • Specialized training must be conducted under conditions closely resembling those found in the industry. Cited from Wage Earning and Education, by R. R. Lutz
  • The men and women in every country resemble those in other countries more than they differ from them. Cited from Before the War, by Viscount Richard Burton Haldane
  • It receives its name from its note, which is thought to resemble those words. Cited from The Sketch-Book of Geoffrey Crayon by W. Irving #5
  • How much resembled those that today you have you?
  • This hole is so cut as to leave teeth resembling those of a large saw. Cited from Handbook of American Daguerrotype, by Humphrey
  • Market research techniques resemble those used in political polling and social science research.
  • Thus the characters and settings do not generally resemble those seen in the series.
  • Several characters in the episode resemble those in the novel.
  • The female is a dark green bird with bare parts resembling those of the male.
  • The new production scientists noticed that certain problems in production resembled those noted by the original team.
  • They have determined that these instruments resemble those used by certain savages today. Cited from History Of Ancient Civilization, by Charles Seignobos
  • And these low clouds of smoke resembled those she had seen before. Cited from Wildfire, by Zane Grey
  • There was then exhibited before my eyes a woman exactly resembling those who are on that earth. Cited from Earths In Our Solar System Which Are Called Planets, Emanuel Swedenborg
  • Indeed, many of their customs, to say nothing of their language, resembled those of that country. Cited from Allan and the Holy Flower, H. Rider Haggard
  • The Works of Art more pleasant, the more they resemble those of Nature. Cited from The Spectator, Volumes 1, 2 and 3, by Joseph Addison and Richard Steele
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