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You can find a mimetic for things that sort of look like exercise, but I don’t think you’re going to find the big-picture drug or compound that can do the 10 or 15 main things that exercise does for people.
So does Meditations in Green, but its incoherence feels purposeful, mimetic.American Dreams, 1983: Meditations in Green by Stephen Wright|Nathaniel Rich|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If, however, he was not in a playing mood, he was often asked to give some of his wonderful mimetic imitations.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks
The fact seems to be that ancient and modern Italy possessed the same mimetic faculty and used it in the same fashion.
In a powerfully mimetic race like the Italians, the rudiments out of which it was constructed were, as we shall see, indigenous.
In the drama, whose origin was the mimetic dance, the rle of women was taken by men.
These now gained the upper hand, and finally formed independent mimetic comedies.