Notebook, 1993-



Standard, Example, Representation . . . . Image in a Form to be Reproduced . . . . Serving as a Subject, Posing and Demonstrating for Purposes of Display, Pattern or Mode of Structure or Formation, Typical Form or Style, Worthy of Example . . . . Exemplary . . . . To Give Shape or Form to, To Form or Plan in Accordance to, To Make a Representation of, To Display . . . . Prototype, Achetype, Mold, Ideal

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Model n. 1. a standard or example for imitation or comparison. 2. a representation, generally in miniature, to show the structure or serve as a copy of something. 3. an image in clay, wax, or the like, to be reproduced in more durable material. 4. a person or thing that serves as a subject for an artist, sculptor, writer, etc. 5. a person, esp. an attractive young woman, whose profession is posing with, wearing, using, or demonstrating a product for purposes of display or advertising. 6. a pattern or mode of structure or formation. 7. a typical form or style. -adj. 8. serving as a model: a model apartment. 9. worthy of serving as a model: exemplary: a model student. -v.t. 10. to form or plan according to a model. 11. to give shape or form to; fashion. 12. to make a representation of. 13. to display, esp. by wearing; to model dresses. -v.i. 14. to construct models. 15. to produce designs in some plastic material. 16. to serve or be employed as a model. [earlier modell < It modell(o), dim. of modo MODE1] -Syn. 1. prototype, achetype, mold. See ideal. [Urdang, Laurence, ed. Random House Dictionary of The English Language. New York: Random House,1968.]



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