model in

model (someone or something) in (something)

To create a model figure of some person or thing in a given substance or medium. The artist models various characters from literature, film, and pop culture in scrap metal he collects from the junkyard at the edge of town. We'll model you with clay, and then use that model to create the statue.
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model something in something

to make a model of something in a particular substance. She modeled the figure in clay. I modeled a bear in modeling clay.
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They had a beautiful huge model in luminous green of an elephant that played Dumbo's mom, Jumbo, and then they had multiple, multiple stand-ins for Dumbo," Farrell said.
Figure 7 shows the true value, estimation of position and position error of the traditional integrated navigation model, and the proposed navigation model in the whole simulation process, including the east position, the north position, and the upward position.
According to the Lidar error model in [9], the output velocity of Lidar is assumed to contain errors of bias, scale factor, and noise.
29 ( ANI ): Tech giant Apple is speculated to launch a trade-in programme along with the latest version of its iPhone model in the next month, allowing users to walk in the Apple Stores and exchange their old iPhones for the newer version.
Without a defined data aggregation model in place, every portal user gets a different message when he or she accesses unique pieces of functionality supplied by each independent division.
In addition to discussing the econometric flaw, this comment presents some new estimates of the basic model in Cebula which show that the ceiling on federal deposit insurance does not significantly affect the failure rate of S&L's.
For fashion inspiration, she looks to Audrey Hepburn and former Chanel model Ins de la Fressange, claiming that she loves the whole 'less is more' thing Audrey had going on.
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