Dead Ringer

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A transcriptional regulatory protein from Drosophila melanogaster which is required for early embryonic development, especially the longitudinal glia, and which is founding member of a family of DNA binding proteins that interact with DNA through the highly conserved ARID domain—AT-rich interaction domain
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When I shot the Dead Ringer it performed as promised.
[bar] Dead Ringer is at Swansea Grand Theatre from Tuesday until Saturday.
MIDLAND school bursar Janet Taylor became so fed up of people telling her she was a dead ringer for Anne Robinson that she's become the Queen of Mean's professional lookalike.
Heaven Can Wait StDavid's Hall, Cardiff STEVE Steinman is a dead ringer for rock superstar Meat Loaf - and he brings his tribute show to Cardiff on Tuesday night.
Hanna also falls in love with her teacher, a kind woman who is a dead ringer for the Nana character played by Anna Karina in Jean-Luc Godard's 1962 masterpiece, My Life to Live (Vivre Sa Vie), which Hanna goes to see over and over again--and clips of which Pool liberally sprinkles throughout the movie.
CRYSTAL CLEAR The giant eyeball is a dead ringer for the eye of Monsters Inc's Mike, right
The loud-mouthed rocker is accused of being a bully by a tribute act who's a Real Dead Ringer For...
He's a dead ringer for radio and TV presenter Neil Fox.
And vice versa: the ten-story sphinx guarding the thirty-story disco Egyptian glass pyramid that is the Luxor Las Vegas is a dead ringer for Disney's Hollywood Pictures logo.
Love, 61, said in his press release: "MP Andy Love has talked of his amusement at being singled out as a 'dead ringer' for X Factor contestant Wagner by a left-wing news and gossip blog.
Maybe you get stopped on the street for autographs or have been told you are a dead ringer for one of the players set to show off their skills in Portugal.