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01. She worked as a [model] in Milan for a couple of years, and then went into fashion design herself.
02. My son and I enjoy playing with his [model] rockets on the weekends.
03. The boys raced their [model] cars across the school field.
04. Paula's sister works as a [model] for a fashion agency in the U.S.
05. The city invited the public to view an architect's [model] of the proposed conference center.
06. For a long time, the North Koreans followed the Soviet [model] of communism.
07. Studies show that children are especially likely to imitate adult [models] who are warm, nurturing, and powerful.
08. Successful alternatives to testing drugs on animals include test tube studies on human tissue cultures, statistics and computer [models].
09. A scientist studies nature by refining old [models] or creating new [models].
10. The 1964 [model] of this car is now considered a classic.
11. She works part-time [modeling] for university art classes.
12. There is a French proverb which observes that children have more need of [models] than of critics.
13. Artist Georgia O'Keefe once said, "I hate flowers. I paint them because they're cheaper than [models], and they don't move."
14. Rapper Sean "Puffy" Combs had his first job at age two when he [modeled] in an ad for an ice cream company.
15. Research suggests that spanking children simply [models] hitting people as way of solving problems.
16. Early [models] of vacuum cleaners were powered by gasoline.
17. [Model] soldiers as toys date back 4,000 years to ancient Egypt.
18. On July 11, 1946, Micheline Bernardini of Paris [modeled] for the first photograph of a bikini.
19. The Statue of Liberty was designed by a French artist, who used his mother as the [model] for the statue's face, and his girlfriend as the [model] for her body.
20. The military, police, and legal systems of Jordan are based upon modern British [models].
21. People have a natural tendency to imitate or [model] the behavior of significant figures in their lives.
22. Greek tragedy served as a distant [model] for the theater of the Renaissance era.
23. She was a [model] student, and achieved high marks in all her exams.
24. Brian had always been a [model] child, but he ended up getting heavily into drugs after his mother committed suicide.
25. The young singer has tried to [model] herself on the performers of the 1940s.

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