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The exhibit included a model of the Golden Gate Bridge made from matchsticks.
a working model of a train
They built a scale model of the new sports arena.
A lot of models look far too thin.
Ella wants to be a fashion model.
Many countries have shown an interest in the Chinese farming model.
The system has been used as a model for other organizations.
Melissa was a model of good manners.
The school was a model of excellence.
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