Spit and image the exact image, image or against; a duplicate, a double; A chip from the old block. This expression implies that two people are so similar (mostly in appearance) that figuratively, one would have been at least well integrated from the mouth, a concept interesting especially in light of recent breakthroughs in the fields of genetics and cloning. As an earlier expression was the skewer, the image serves to emphasize the resemblance in appearance. Their resemblance to those where the Indians make ice is very obvious. Each had its own characteristics, but all had similarities. There is such a resemblance in all these statues that a representation of one is enough. At first glance, there does not appear to be a resemblance between the mouth of a biting insect and the chance of suction. The fact that the planets shine through the sunlight immediately indicates the resemblance between them and our Earth. Although, in some cases, almost identical to the resemblance, The Similarities applies mainly to the correspondence between abstractions.
Dante replied: You would not be surprised if you did not want friendship to be based on the likeness of habits and disposition. In some situations, the words analogy and similarity are roughly equivalent. However, the analogy implies similarity or parallelism in relationships and not in appearance or qualities. Some common synonyms of resemblance are analogy, resemblance, resemblance and resemblance. While all these words mean “agreement or correspondence in detail,” the image implies a closer match than the resemblance, which often implies that things are somewhat similar. The words resemblance and resemblance can be used in similar contexts, but similarity implies resemblance especially in appearance or external qualities. This resemblance did not tend to make them friends; it has had the opposite effect. The more she thought of the likeness of the stories, the stronger her sympathies were on the poor grace`s side. The Duchess of Devonshire hardly deserves disguised distrust; Except in beauty and talent, there was no resemblance. Strange all this difference should be Twixt Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee! (Commerce and Bononcini) two schools of social thought showing points of resemblance, follow this example To imitate or imitate; act like the previous one. This term is rooted in card games such as bridge or reverse, where the rules require a participant to follow the color if possible, i.e.
a card of the same color as the one held.