exemplify


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exemplify

verb act the part of, actualize, be taken for, be the equivalent of, betoken, cite, connote, convey an immression, delineate, demonstrate, denote, depict, display, elucidate, embody, enucleate, evidence, evince, exhibit, explicate, express, give an example, give an instance, give concrete form to, illuminate, illustrate, indicate, instance, make clear by examples, make evident, make manifest, make obvious, make plain, manifest, picture, point to, portray by example, produce an instance, render manifest, represent, show by example, signify, stand for, typify
Associated concepts: exemplified copies
See also: adduce, bear, characterize, cite, clarify, comment, define, demonstrate, denote, depict, elucidate, establish, evidence, explain, illustrate, personify, portray, represent, signify, state

exemplify

to make an official copy of a document from public records under seal or to transcribe a legal document.
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'Let us exemplify Bonifacio's love for our country that freed our nation from colonial rule and granted us independence.
Exemplify is another tribute to her sire, Dansili, who also supplied recent Group 1 winners Harbinger, Proviso and Zoffany, as well as Group scorers Famous Name, Illustrious Blue and Strawberrydaiquiri.
Certainly, the companies recognized through Excellence in Industry exemplify that philosophy, and our community is the better for it.
In general, it is unclear why Jones focuses on this particular "triumvirate in the canon of African American literature." Nella Larsen gets barely a mention, despite the fact that she too could be said to exemplify Jones's argument about the blending of these three aesthetics.
The volume is intended to exemplify new cross-fertilizations between them, perhaps with the emphasis on the "appropriation of [Italian] gardens as a subject by social and cultural historians and theorists," a strategy seen as hitherto characteristic of French scholarship, particularly as influenced by Barthes, Lacan, Foucault, and Bourdieu.
As such, all three exemplify the spirit of romantic rebellion against the modern bourgeois order--a rebellion that is itself fundamentally modern and bourgeois.
According to the Wilmington Star-News, the proposal would have required schools to post "documents and objects of historical significance that have formed and influenced the United States legal or governmental system and that exemplify the development of the rule of law." The proposal called on schools to post nine documents, including the Declaration of Independence, the Preamble to the North Carolina Constitution and the Magna Carta.
Theoretical expositions have limits placed on their explanatory power; the effort of this paper will be to exemplify what both theoretical approaches to literacy can look like in the context of second grade classrooms.
They nurture relationships within which others can grow and explore, and although their personalities may be very different, there seem to be common characteristics or attributes that exemplify people who have such a powerful impact on our thinking.
The Citrix 2000 CSN Member of the Year Awards are issued to recognize the top performing Platinum and Gold CSN Members in the United States, Canada and Latin America who exemplify outstanding performance.
Not so far away at Usk Street there are two earlier examples of this pattern and these 'cluster blocks' exemplify the search for new housing patterns with which Lasdun was much engaged in CIAM and MARS and the TEAM X dialogues to which Lasdun made considerable personal contribution.
On the one hand, works of representational art can to some extent liberate us from our everyday concerns, especially when they encourage us to focus on a satisfying formal structure, and on the other hand, absolute music, as I have argued, does not completely disengage us from the workaday world, insofar as it can exemplify temporal structures that are of significance "outside" as well as "inside" the music.