alter ego

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a very close and trusted friend who seems almost a part of yourself

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(You are an alter ego. If you don't want to believe the President, then just resign.)
They were all set a challenge - to create a piece of art with the theme of Alter Egos.
FORMER Atomic Kitten Jenny Frost fell for Sasha Baron Cohen's outlandish new alter ego Bruno at a red carpet premier yesterday.
WIZARD OF OZ: Barry Humphries' alter ego Dame Edna Everage
During the recording of the 1967 album, Macca , John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr created alter egos so they could be even more creative.
Sacha Baron Cohen is best known in the United States for his HBO series Da Ali G Show, which features the comedian's alter egos interviewing ignorant people and humiliating them for our pleasure.
The clever trick used in the production is to have two Jameses and two Eleanors on stage, one couple maintaining their middle-class decorum while their alter egos speak their mind.
Advance materials suggest that the remaining characters, Lucky and the Van Pratt cousins Anna and Bella, are additional alter egos of Jack's and Sara's, respectively; however, onstage those relationships are less explicit.
Chris Metcalfe of Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario, and his colleagues had read scientific accounts of flavonoids in trees that might also have hormonal alter egos. So, they went on a flavonoid hunt.
Six lit votive candles are adorned with photographic decals of a scowling Vaisman sitting in a playground dressed in the motley harlequin outfit-as if therapy led not to self-realization but to the creation of an endless series of inauthentic alter egos designed to placate a jealous psychoanalytic god.
The developer asserted that the entities and individuals who had not signed the agreement were nonetheless required to arbitrate because they were WBA's alter egos, successors or assigns.
The plaintiff argued that Cudahy was essentially doing business in North Carolina because Cudahy and the related corporation (which was admittedly subject to North Carolina jurisdiction) were "merged" (i.e., they were alter egos).(82) The Court rejected the merger argument, stating:
Malacanang justified on Tuesday the presence of the government officials in the event, saying that they were the alter egos of the President and should support him in his official functions.