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His heroines especially exemplify it, and I should be safe in saying that his Ethelbertas, his Eustacias, his Elfridas, his Bathshebas, his Fancies, are wholly pagan.
We will follow the Beaver to Canton, as her fortunes, in some measure, exemplify the evil of commanders of ships acting contrary to orders; and as they form a part of the tissue of cross purposes that marred the great commercial enterprise we have undertaken to record.
The recipient will exemplify academic achievement, leadership and community service.
e He said: "While I agree that developments in Coventry seem to exemplify some of the issues which have caused us most concern, it is doubtful whether a further inquiry repeating our recommendations would be helpful so soon after our two previous inquiries.
EXEMPLIFY, a half-sister to this season's 1,000 Guineas and Poule d'Essai des Pouliches winner Special Duty, made a faultless racing debut at Deauville yesterday when making all to win a 1m maiden for debutantes by a comfortable three parts of a length.
Military Academy to exemplify its creed of "Duty, Honor, Country.
Williams Scholarship to three nursing students who exemplify nursing education and practice.
The thrust of the program is based on humanitarian efforts of students in the high schools of Massachusetts who best exemplify brotherhood in action.
Here are some key elements of innovation that lie at the heart of Edison's ideas, and initiatives created by five LTC providers that exemplify their meaning.
become public benefactors" or indeed exemplify and kind of social or individual good so long as they remain ruthless and independent.
The Law Society awards the honorary degree to select members of the public and the profession who exemplify the character nd values held in esteem by the legal profession.
Often, sound-art installations that comparably synthesize the audio and the visual serve to exemplify or extend, rather than critique or investigate, such effects.