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al·ter ego

(ôl′tər)
n.
Another side of oneself; a second self.
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After being developed into a fully-fledged virtual alter-ego, or 'avatar', Jimmy will be able to interact with other virtual audience members, just like he would in a real gig.
But shooting wasn't hampered because there were extra crime-fighting costumes on hand for Maguire, who plays Spider-Man and his alter-ego, news photographer Peter Parker.
Gamers will play as both Bruce Wayne and his alter-ego, Batman, hunting evil-doers from the shadows, using strength, intellect and an array of high tech gadgets to fight the sinister forces that threaten the city, including classic villains the Scarecrow, Ra's Al Ghul and Carmine Falcone.
His other alter-ego was Flann O'Brien, the pseudonym under which he wrote his novels - the first of which, At Swim Two Birds, was published in 1939.
3 -- 4) Cameron Crowe, right, is represented in ``Almost Famous'' by his alter-ego, fledgling rock reporter William Miller, played by both Michael Angarano, left, as a young boy, and Patrick Fugit, center, as a teen.
Roberts, whom SBI-USA, LLC alleges to be the alter-ego of Infinium Labs Inc.
Center Force" is the super-powered alter-ego of the ever-indomitable Yao Ming, with mechanical hands and extendible limbs, he can leap over tall mountains with a single bound and run at super-human speeds.
Last year, Thorsen even donned the traditional red and white garb, and took on the role of his alter-ego at the Agoura-based charity event.
He met with the band following their screening and provided some additional ideas and inspiration for lyrics that would closely reflect the story of Bruce Banner and his struggle with his monstrous alter-ego, The Hulk.
KABC alter-ego in the first hour of the new morning program.