A broad panoply of Flemish political parties now supports the bid for independence; unlike the Catalans, the Flemish pro-independence movement represents interests on both the Left and Right (with the latter, as emblemized
by the New Flemish Alliance, invariably characterized as the "far right" by a news media reflexively hostile to nationalism).
Although she rejected the "garden city" concept emblemized
by suburban development and its attendant sprawl, she did think that inner-city slums could benefit from new housing developments, with their promise of self-contained parks, sunlight, and healthful recreation.
Instead, schools forced children to chant "patriotic" songs venerating Assad and his ruling party while requiring students to wear uniforms emblemized
with pro-Assad slogans.
Chad & Jeremy, The Rolling Stones) and the Woodstock concert that emblemized
counterculture in 1969.
That work of institutional amelioration is emblemized
by Leonard Woolf's contemporary work on international governance and by John Maynard Keynes's postwar reformation of the relationship between state and market.
That insight of ontological oneness with the natural world is perhaps most famously emblemized
in the little tale Emerson tells in another part of "Nature": while walking in the woods, he suddenly experiences the transcendent vision of a transparent eyeball.
67) In apparent atonement for the dictatorial episode that the Indian government had imposed on its people, the Indian judiciary moved towards a rights-based discourse in the 1980s emblemized
in Olga Tellis and its reliance on an expanded interpretation of the right to life found in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.
Yet, "WikiLeaks emblemized
early news media fantasies of the best of what the blogosphere could offer" (p.
Tales of 9/11 near-misses were all couched in a terrible, palpable survivor's guilt, perhaps best emblemized
by Cantor Fitzgerald CEO Howard Lutnick's tearful television interviews.
The irony that such regeneration should come about through the queen of a race that will soon disappear from Middle-earth was surely not lost on Tolkien; however, it is likely that his main objective here was to emphasize Galadriel's generosity even in the face of her own people's diminishment, in contrast to the absolute selfishness of Shelob, which is demonstrated in her lack of concern for anything outside of herself and emblemized
in her arachnid propensity to consume those her sexuality has ensnared.
Sly's passivity in his own transformation and in the correlative shift from itinerant labor to theatrical entertainment that the play stages, a passivity emblemized
through his onstage sleep, distances the lowborn laborer from the end product of theatrical endeavor, much as we saw in act 5 of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Hemingway and Eliot shared more than they realized (or would admit), as is emblemized
in the riverine dimensions of their experience and their writing.