Manequin

Man´e`quin


n.1.An artist's model of wood or other material.
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Fire, police and ambulance bosses will be at Blackroot Pool to see the team rescue a submergible manequin.
I was pushing a hand truck with a boy manequin who was dressed in a Scout uniform and holding a book bag.
Adi Sutomo, Training and Operation Manager said: "This place is spacious; we can store our new training equipments like Rescue Tripods, CPR Manequins, and Defensive Driving training Simulation, sound level meters and flame retardant coveralls here.
I look at them and know they're not manequins and start having a little battle with them.
A politica literata e a invasao dos literatos na politica, contam-se decididamente da revolucao francesa de 1848, em que os literatos conservadores, os literatos reaccionarios, os literatos liberais, os literatos socialistas, tanto fizeram, que a forca de ilusoes, cairam todos, manequins como eram, no fundo poco da realidade feroz e pratica do golpe de Estado napoleonico.
Ele foi o primeiro a utilizar manequins humanos, a exibir desfiles de modelos perante as suas clientes, as quais podiam realmente simular qual a aparencia perante os outros a que podiam aspirar (KENT, 2003).
Por meio dos displays, vitrines e manequins, as lojas de departamento familiarizavam as pessoas com os produtos disponiveis para venda e, mais do que isso, mostravam o que combinava com o que.