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An official copy of a document from public records, made in a form to be used as evidence, and authenticated or certified as a true copy.

Such a duplicate is also referred to as an exemplified copy or a certified copy.

See: case, clarification, comment, construction, corroboration, cross section, epitome, example, explanation, illustration, instance, sample

EXEMPLIFICATION, evidence. A perfect copy of a record, or office book lawfully kept, so far as relates to the matter in question. 3 Bouv. Inst. n. 3107. Vide, generally, 1 Stark. Ev. 151; 1 Phil. Ev. 307; 7 Cranch, 481; 3 Wheat. 234; 10 Wheat. 469; 9 Cranch, 122; 2 Yeates, 532; 1 Hayw. 359; 1 John. Cas. 238. As to the mode of authenticating records of other states, see articles Authentication, and Evidence.

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Each acceptance speech was scored for imagery related to the use of the following self-presentational strategies: ingratiation, exemplification, self-promotion competency, self-promotion bashing, and intimidation.
This pattern of results holds various theoretical implications for the application of exemplification theory (e.
In this example, the units in exemplification are short noun phrases: the GE is Pes patriarches and the EE abel and noe and abraham.
Moreover, taking exemplification as primitive seems right.
Exemplification theory "focuses on assessments of risks to safety and health, as well as on contingent apprehensions that motivate risk avoidance and related protective behavior" (Zillmann, 2006, p.
In Chapter One, Ehring addresses the distinction between universals and particulars: in it, he argues that the standard exemplification accounts fail.
On the other hand, exemplification is an IM tactic that seeks to make others perceive one in a positive light--to be seen as exemplary and going above and beyond your job duties (Jones and Pittman, 1982).
but on the ways in which shoes step forth in order to foreground the practice of exemplification itself My focus is on Night and Day, Jacob's Room and the essays and reviews of literary tourism (or literary geography, as she also called it).
We have some enormous challenges in terms of how we can change behaviour and the only way I believe we can do this is by exemplification.
section] 1920(4), which allows judges to tax as costs against the losing party "fees for exemplification and the costs of making copies .
8) However, in the federal courts the prevailing party is entitled to tax certain costs to the losing party, including "fees for exemplification and the costs of making copies of any materials" ("[section] 1920").
Notwithstanding the fact of the book's polemical introduction, 'An Invitation in the Form of an Argument', the book itself is not as engage in relation to the political world as other recent accounts of the Enlightenment by Tzvetan Todorov and by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri (where the engage element is intended as a further exemplification of Enlightenment spirit-defending the Enlightenment against Jean-Francois Lyotard and postmodernism more generally is no longer where the argument is at).