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Synonyms for image

Synonyms for image

something that is reflected


one exactly resembling another

the character projected or given by someone to the public

that which exists in the mind as the product of careful mental activity

to copy (another) slavishly

to send back or form an image of

Synonyms for image

(Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world

a standard or typical example

someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)

(mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined

the general impression that something (a person or organization or product) presents to the public

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a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)

render visible, as by means of MRI

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Slave Market with the Disappearing Bust of Voltaire (1941) is one of the stronger examples of a double image.
Petit tour guide d'une ville qui offre une double image aux visiteurs oE se melent a la fois esthetique, beaute, proprete, hygiene et lumiere, mais aussi oE existent la laideur, la salete, les odeurs nauseabondes, l'habitat anarchique et insalubre.
The effect is surreal, in that the image combines eroticism with the grotesque; it is also photographically reflexive, in that the transparency, mounted out from the wall, casts a shadow--a kind of double image or doppelganger.
3 Be careful: the temptation to write short stories two at a time is just as dangerous as attempting to write them one at a time, and, what's more, it's essentially like the interplay of lovers' mirrors, creating a double image that produces melancholy.
MONDAY MICHIRU Double Image (Emarcy): Fourth disc from the singer/songwriter who would perhaps be better off selling her discs from the soul/dance racks.
Two quasars very close together in the sky, catalogued as 1146+111B,C, may be a double image of a single quasar formed by the largest gravitational lens yet discovered (SN: 5/17/86, p.
Jim Kaler, an astronomer from the University of Illinois, and one who has published several scholarly works on the day and night sky concedes that though the double image could be a result of optical refraction, it still cannot be completely accounted for.
When compared with Van Eyck's Van de Paele Madonna (Groeningemuseum, Bruges), originally in St Donation, and also, like Memling's diptych, with an epitaphic function, the double image seems much later than the half century separating the two works.
By the "luck" of the talented and persistent, her first volume, The Double Image, was published in 1946, and the poet Kenneth Rexroth included her poems in his anthology New British Poets (1949).
And the dancers convey this double image with easy fidelity.
A gravitational lens effect (GLE) is a double image of a single quasar, produced by the bending of the quasar's light by some massive object.
The combination of real time with the rudimentary, sometimes out-of-focus, black-and-white double image evokes Warhol's double-screen talkies of the mid-'60s.
In addition, the university expects to benefit from use of Aperio's Magnification Changer option that enables users to double image resolution without the need for a second objective lens.
0 software for the back-up and restore market, our customers can count on the combination of Panasonic's DVD-RAM technology and our easy-to-use Double Image 5.
The double image thus produced, echoing the film's themes of pursuit, doubling, and mirroring--not to mention that of endless slippage--suggests that Buckingham has imbibed the teachings of Jacques Lacan.