Mimic

On some semi-computerised lighting desks that do not use a TV monitor to display channel information, a row of LEDs is used, one for each channel. When a channel is faded up the corresponding LED lights to show that that channel is active.

MIMIC

MIMIC, known in capitalized form only, is a former simulation computer language developed 1964 by H. E. Petersen, F. J. Sansom and L. M. Warshawsky of Systems Engineering Group within the Air Force Materiel Command at the Wright-Patterson AFB in Dayton, Ohio, USA. It is an expression-oriented continuous block simulation language, but capable of in...
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mimic

(mimĀ“ik) pertaining to imitation or simulation. one who imitates, or that which imitates. to imitate or simulate.
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mimic

[adj] - constituting an imitation 2. [n] - someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress) 3. [v] - imitate (a person, a manner, etc.), esp. for satirical effect
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Mimic

• (a.) Alt. of Mimical • (v. t.) To assume a resemblance to (some other organism of a totally different nature, or some surrounding object), as a means of protection or advantage. • (n.) One who imitates or mimics, especially one who does so for sport; a copyist; a buffoon. • (v. t.) To imitate or ape for sport; to ridicule by i...
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mimic

adjective constituting an imitation; `the mimic warfare of the opera stage`- Archibald Alison
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Mimic

[butterfly] Buddha Images in Ubosoth of Wat Phratat Jomthong ...
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Mimic

[Dungeons & Dragons] In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the mimic is a type of fictional monster. It is portrayed as being able to change its shape to disguise its body as an inanimate object, commonly a chest. The mimic has a powerful adhesive that holds fast to creatures who touch the creature, allowing the mimic to beat...
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MIMIC

[immunology] This article is about the vaccine development tool. MIMIC, or modular immune in vitro construct, is an artificial system imitating the human immune system. It has applications in vaccine development. White blood cells, specifically peripheral blood mononuclear cells including T cells and B cells, from human donars are placed in...
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Mimic

Mim'ic noun One who imitates or mimics, especially one who does so for sport; a copyist; a buffoon. Burke.
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Mimic

Mim'ic transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Mimicked ; present participle & verbal noun Mimicking .] 1. To imitate or ape for sport; to ridicule by imitation. « The walk, the words, the gesture, could supply, The ha...
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mimic

1. To imitate or ape for sport; to ridicule by imitation. 'The walk, the words, the gesture, could supply, The habit mimic, and the mien belie.' (Dryden) ... 2. <biology> To assume a resemblance to (some other organism of a totally different nature, or some surrounding object), as a means of protection or advantage. ... Synonym: To ape, imita...
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Mimic

A harmless and edible animal that is mistaken for an inedible, poisonous, or venomous animal due to its imitative color or pattern.
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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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Mimic

An imitation that sends a false signal.
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mimic

mimic 1. To make fun of someone by imitating a person in an exaggerated way. 2. To adopt another person's voice, gestures, or appearance, in a deliberate and exaggerated way; especially, with the purpose of amusing people. 3. To resemble something in a way that seems like a deliberate copy.
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mimic

something or someone that attempts to resemble someone or something else
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mimic

Type: Term Pronunciation: mim′ik Definitions: 1. To imitate or simulate.
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