spitting image


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one exactly resembling another

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a perfect likeness or counterpart

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Spitting Image was one of the most popular TV shows of the 1980s and early 1990s.
Dame Barbara's 71cm-tall model, complete with her trademark Pekinese puppy, was the joint top-seller in the sell-off of Spitting Image lots at Sotheby's Olympia in London, fetching pounds 3,290 - nearly five times the sum she was expected to raise.
If you were the clone of your "mother," would it help your adolescence to turn into the spitting image of the woman Daddy fell in love with?
According to the family, "Van III is the spitting image of his dad and is a dual citizen of both Northern Ireland/United Kingdom and the United States of America.
A TYNESIDE animator is one of the talents behind a new TV show dubbed the spiritual successor to Spitting Image.
Sounds like a modern remake of the Birmingham-made 1980s satirical puppet show Spitting Image.
SPITTING IMAGE SUCH A TURN-OFF FOR FANS I HAVE no truck with spitting - it is messy, it is dirty.
ITV is reuniting many of the team behind cult 1980s and '90s show Spitting Image for Newzoids, a six-part series promising a "biting look at the world of politics and celebrity".
ANDY MURRAY will face the mother of all back-handed compliments thanks to a new version of Spitting Image.
But 20 years later it turned out that Spitting Image was spit on.
His new-found fame as a spitting image for Pope Francis may give a new lease of life to those familiar catch-phrases "super, smashing, great.
TV'S Spitting Image ran from 1984 to 1996 and left us enduring images of our politicians, shafting them with lethal wit and wonderfully insulting papier-mache puppets: Norman Tebbit as leather-jacketed thug; Thatcher, the wild-eyed howling harridan; a gluttonous Roy Hattersley spluttering and spraying spittle over plates piled high and a Pinocchio-nosed Neil Kinnock.
If this goes on much longer, he will be the only star in the history of Hollywood to be the spitting image of Harold Steptoe.
And yesterday, the Spitting Image puppets that satirised political life in the 1980s and early 1990s were sold.
The daughter of pop diva is the spitting image of her famous mother in the picture on the front of the magazine.