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Word of the Day — October 14, 2012
October 15, 2012 - Scott Viau
simulacrum — sime-you-LAH-crum — a fair representation of someone or something
Example: "In a review of the movie 'Argo,' The New Yorker magazine explains that 'Mendez goes to Hollywood and asks Chambers to devise a nonexistent film ... and build up a simulacrum of a genuine production.'"
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