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  • Do we imagine him to be a chip off the old block?
  • He shouldn't be forced to be a chip off the old block, but he should lose the chip on his shoulder.
  • Fighter-pilot son Luke will be a chip off the old block, as we see in Anakin's entry in the pod race.
  • It seems Junior will be a chip off the old block _ the ticking stopwatch, three stories a week and, usually, letters and commentary.
  • The debut album of Leonard Cohen's son Adam reveals him to be a chip off the old block in his grimly perceptive evisceration of troubled sexual relationships and rivalries.
  • In a sense, MediaOne, the area's biggest cable company, wants to be a chip off the old block, like its parent company, U S West.
  • Leaders who knew the former president may be quietly wondering whether the current president _ gregarious like his father but inexperienced in world affairs _ could turn out to be a chip off the old block.
  • Douglas, while maintaining that being a second-generation star has its drawbacks as well as advantages, warmly talks about his father and sounds glad to be a chip off the old block _ and a complementary imprint in cement.