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ex·em·pla·ry

 (ĭg-zĕm′plə-rē)
adj.
1. Worthy of imitation; commendable: exemplary behavior.
2. Serving as a model.
3. Serving as an illustration; typical.
4. Serving as a warning; admonitory.

[From Middle English exaumplarie, exemplere, an exemplar; see exemplar.]

ex′em·plar′i·ly (ĕg′zəm-plâr′ə-lē) adv.
ex·em′pla·ri·ness, ex′em·plar′i·ty (ĕg′zəm-plăr′ĭ-tē) n.

exemplarity

(ˌɪɡzɛmˈplærɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being exemplary
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5) Augustine initiates a transposition of the Neoplatonic metaphysics of exemplarity into christological terms to express the relationship of the human soul and God, but in so doing, he bequeaths theological tensions to his medieval readers.
Complementary punishment is a criminal sanction, besides constraint acts in the directions of re-education and exemplarity (Mitrache, Mitrache, 2014: 239).
Smith, who also reprinted many dialect texts during the 1830s and 1840s, offers a thorough retrospective that groups works by county, thus positioning ethnocultural exemplarity over thematic content or literary form.
Hoonhout, "Grounding Providence in the Theology of the Creator: The Exemplarity of Thomas Aquinas," HeythropJournal 43:1 (January 2002), 1-19, at 5.
One scholar describes Don Quijote's neurotic indecision as reflecting his society's "crisis of exemplarity," the end result of a process by which classical models of humanist virtue lost their persuasiveness over the course of the sixteenth century (Hampton).
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Mais ce n'est pas tout: << the applications of inquisition moved beyond the boundaries of the ecclesiastical courts into the fields of exemplarity, rhetoric and poetry.
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