The attention to detail is the same, the desire to replicate a real object is identical.
The identical twins who sued Zuckerberg critique and nitpick The Social Network.
“They wanted to compare if the insides were as identical as the outside,” Helen explains.
First his identical twin brother, Jason London, and mother, Debbie Nielsen, popped up on E!
identical twins are like that, always trying to carve out individuality.
Thus the testimony of Moses long before is identical with that of Paul.
I had seen the identical troupe in London, and "All Right" was amongst them.
When he came down again he told Mr Holt that he believed she was the identical ship they had chased the previous day.
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Take two autumn leaves, identical in color, and expose one to the weather, while the other is waxed and pressed in a book.
1610s, as a term in logic, from Medieval Latin identicus "the same," from Late Latin identitas "identity, sameness," ultimately from comb. form of Latin idem "the same" (from id "it, that one;" see id) + demonstrative suffix -dem. General sense of "being the same or very similar" is from 1630s. Replaced Middle English idemptical (late 15c.), from Medieval Latin idemptitas "identity," from Latin idem. Related: Identically.
identical i·den·ti·cal (ī-děn'tĭ-kəl)
Exactly equal and alike.
Of or relating to a twin or twins developed from the same fertilized ovum and having the same genetic makeup and closely similar appearance; monozygotic.