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working model

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworking modelworking modelMOVE something OR somebodya model that has parts that move working
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working modelFor 300 years or more our science has omitted any human attributes that may impinge upon or impede its mechanistic working model.The Base was a closed system, like a tiny working model of Earth itself, recycling all the chemicals of life.Behind him on a finely carved desk was a gleaming working model of the St Petersburg-Cannes Express constructed in pearls and amethysts.Simulation techniques have been developed to allow scientists and planners to build working models of the systems which they are studying.When I was about four years of age, he made a working model roundabout with galloping horses.My aim was always to build working models that I could control.
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