exemplification


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ex·em·pli·fi·ca·tion

 (ĭg-zĕm′plə-fĭ-kā′shən)
n.
1. The act of exemplifying.
2. One that exemplifies; an example.
3. Law An officially certified copy of a document.

ex•em•pli•fi•ca•tion

(ɪgˌzɛm plə fɪˈkeɪ ʃən)

n.
1. the act of exemplifying.
2. something that exemplifies; an illustration or example.
3. an attested copy of a document, under official seal.
[1400–50; < Medieval Latin]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.exemplification - showing by example
demo, demonstration - a visual presentation showing how something works; "the lecture was accompanied by dramatic demonstrations"; "the lecturer shot off a pistol as a demonstration of the startle response"
2.exemplification - a representational or typifying form or modelexemplification - a representational or typifying form or model
representational process - any basic cognitive process in which some entity comes to stand for or represent something else
picture - a typical example of some state or quality; "the very picture of a modern general"; "she was the picture of despair"
Translations

exemplification

[ɪgˌzemplɪfɪˈkeɪʃən] Nejemplificación f

exemplification

nErläuterung f, → Veranschaulichung f, → Exemplifizierung f (geh)

exemplification

[ɪgˌzɛmplɪfɪˈkeɪʃn] nesemplificazione f
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Of this truth, the management of the opposition to the federal government is an unvaried exemplification.
Hence the Three Laws, mentioned above, suffice for the better regulated States, and may be accepted as a rough exemplification of our Female Code.
It was the sad confession and continual exemplification of the shortcomings of the composite man, the spirit burdened with clay and working in matter, and of the despair that assails the higher nature at finding itself so miserably thwarted by the earthly part.
She seized, with an unsteady hand, the precious manuscript, for half a glance sufficed to ascertain written characters; and while she acknowledged with awful sensations this striking exemplification of what Henry had foretold, resolved instantly to peruse every line before she attempted to rest.
If you do, you may now proceed to their exemplification in the following pages: if you do not, you have, I assure you, already read more than you have understood; and it would be wiser to pursue your business, or your pleasures (such as they are), than to throw away any more of your time in reading what you can neither taste nor comprehend.
In an exemplification of one, Germany has decided to temporarily reinstate controls at the Austrian border and halt train traffic.
Edwards raises different regress arguments against both realist views and says that the realist must either take exemplification as a primitive or employ Armstrong's strategy of dismissing the need for exemplification.
Its exemplification of classicism, disarmingly artful pigtail and redundancy of the need to age it makes this cigar an incredibly delightful and rich smoke.
In Chapter One, Ehring addresses the distinction between universals and particulars: in it, he argues that the standard exemplification accounts fail.
In the Exemplification and Demonstration stage, lecturers asked their students to evaluate the university and department websites to ascertain whether these matched their needs, and later asked them to present their findings to the university's Web Design Manager.
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