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depict (one) as (something)

To portray someone or something in a particular way. I'm worried that this biopic will depict me as a total diva. Don't depict me as a controlling mother when that's simply not true!
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depict someone as something

to show someone as something; to make someone appear to be something. He did report the fire, but it is going too far to depict him as a hero. The artist depicted himself as a much younger man than he really was.
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Some of the pieces, such as 'When Sun Kisses the Sea', 'The Reflector' and 'The Cloudy Sun', depict landscapes and seascapes, including the serene mountain regions of Gilgit-Baltistan, Swat and Kaghan.
SIDON, Lebanon: A Sidon-based sheikh Wednesday called upon Christians supportive of Michel Aoun's Free Patriotic Movement to "watch out" for his policies to depict Sunnis "as a scarecrow."
A third mosaic depicts the birth of Venus, goddess of love and beauty.
The arrangement of the paintings in the Rubenshuis's relatively small spaces, on light blue walls with excellent lighting, allows for dose examination, aided by the provision for some--but not all--of the exhibits of large-scale hand-held copies of the paintings, with a key to the works depicted in them.
The film also depicts the CIA as an all-consuming organization that requires a degree of dedication and surrender of self on a par with membership in the Mafia or the Communist Party.
The murals depict key locations and events that are significant to the communities where the Commerce Bank stores are located.
Macomber's recent exhibition at Kavi Gupta Gallery, "The Clearing," paired five works on paper with a suite of six paintings propped up on white pedestals and arranged as if they were figures on a stage: The paintings were cordoned off by a heavy black theatrical curtain that nearly bisected the exhibition space and introduced an obvious dichotomy between "actors" and "audience"; the works on paper, a 2005 series that depicts sea mammals with human heads or torsos, represented the latter.
Anselm mosaics, a monkey in a tree depicts a liturgist who "terrorized" everybody else, but to whom she became quite close once she dismissed his critique with the observation, "Everyone knows monks have terribly bad taste."
The patch of the Fort Kent, Maine, Police Department depicts a brown fort situated at the corners of the St.
The first, released in April, depicts an American bison on the reverse; in August, a second version will, depict Lewis and Clark.
Within days of her new start, Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, who was approved Inauguration Day, criticized a PBS cartoon show that depicts gay couples, supported President Bush's drive to expand high school testing, and took a stand against a lapse in morality judgment.
That drama depicts what happens when a series of large earthquakes devastates the West Coast.
(6) Although Matthew's narrative concerning Jesus' experience in Gethsemane depicts Jesus as obedient to his Father, it represents him also as one "deeply grieved" and desiring that "this cup pass from me" (Matt 26:36-39).
The famous oil painting from around 1840 depicts local legendary characters in the Flying Horse in Newcastle's Groat Market and has been the subject of countless tales.