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MODELMovement for Democracy in Liberia
MODELMovement for Democracy and Elections in Liberia
MODELMultimedia for Open and Dynamic Executives Learning (knowledge management project)
MODELModest Ordinary Differential Equation Library (computer programming)
MODELMultidisciplinary Optimization and Design Engineering Laboratory (University at Buffalo; Buffalo, NY)
MODELMentors Opening Doors, Enriching Lives
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If it had been found impracticable to have devised models of a more perfect structure, the enlightened friends to liberty would have been obliged to abandon the cause of that species of government as indefensible.
This little affair,' said the Time Traveller, resting his elbows upon the table and pressing his hands together above the apparatus, `is only a model.
Wa-al, Enoch Fuller he made a model o' the old Ohio, and she's to Salem museum now.
He made the first public experiment at Willis's Rooms, but afterward removed his model to the Adelaide Gallery.
And for the most part, the good such servants receive, is after the model of their own fortune; but the hurt they sell for that good, is after the model of their master's fortune.
Turveydrop, whom we found, grouped with his hat and gloves, as a model of deportment, on the sofa in his private apartment--the only comfortable room in the house.
A model was sitting in a chair with a loose wrap thrown over her, and about a dozen men and women were standing about, some talking and others still working on their sketch.
His employer was a pirate-souled young man named Grubb, with a black-smeared face by day, and a music-hall side in the evening, who dreamt of a patent lever chain; and it seemed to Bert that he was the perfect model of a gentleman of spirit.
And I am not a model clergyman-- only a decent makeshift.
I began to imitate this master of mine almost as soon as I began to read him; this must be, and I had a greater pride and joy in my success than I should probably have known in anything really creative; I should have suspected that, I should have distrusted that, because I had nothing to test it by, no model; but here before me was the very finest and noblest model, and I had but to form my lines upon it, and I had produced a work of art altogether more estimable in my eyes than anything else could have been.
The "Old-Fashioned Girl" is not intended as a perfect model, but as a possible improvement upon [Page] the Girl of the Period, who seems sorrowfully ignorant or ashamed of the good old fashions which make woman truly beautiful and honored, and, through her, render home what it should be,-a happy place, where parents and children, brothers and sisters, learn to love and know and help one another.
I'll try to be a model pupil," agreed Anne dolefully.