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exemplar

noun apotheosis, archetype, example, exponent, frame of reference, good example, guide, height of perfection, hero, ideal, model, model of virtue, nonesuch, nonpareil, paradigm, paragon, pattern, person of repute, prize, prototype, replica, shining example, specimen, standard, standard for comparison, standard for imitation, standard of perfection, superior individual, the epitome of virtue, the finest example, the paragon of virtue, the perfect example, the prime example, the summit
See also: example, representative, sample, standard
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Representing a wide range of learning environments, instructional frameworks and school cultures, the 2016 Exemplars include:
They found that three out of nine children demonstrated the emergence of the probed ABC intraverbals without learning the Exemplars or the Categories.
The Ministry of Justice and the Government Digital Service of the UK have launched the government s second live exemplar service.
Brodeur's exploits as a pilot and time as an adviser to the Afghan Air Force prompted the Air Force Academy class of 2016 to name him as their exemplar.
First, although Ramos focuses on the transcendentals, it is arguable that the divine exemplars are just as important for her line of argument.
They say a society needs its exemplars because they serve as the moral compass in uncertain times.
In choosing these exemplars, the working group attempted to be mindful not just of academic or work-related content that students encounter, but to include as well the reading done in everyday life.
Another distinction is that, differently from other exemplars such as [18],[12],[23] this exemplar is intended to be rich and complex enough to test the methodology to its limits.
The profiles are book-ended by opening and closing contextualizing chapters, and the book begins with an account of how the exemplars were nominated, selected, and interviewed.
1) However, once we remind ourselves of what we already know about our obligations around consent, confidentiality and non-disclosure, (2) it's difficult to see how prudent and thoughtful nurses would intentionally or unintentionally expose themselves to risk through exemplars, particularly when they are used in competence activities.
These are exemplified by several lengthy expositions of work Flyvbjerg considers admirably phronetic, but which exemplars are perhaps better read in extenso.
Unlike the signori, who modeled their medallic selves on Imperial exemplars, Pisanello emulated the modern Caesars who employed him.