emblematical


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Synonyms for emblematical

Synonyms for emblematical

serving as a visible symbol for something abstract

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Her commitment to the success of her clients and her investment of time and energy into meeting their needs is emblematical of what Blue Ridge Bank aims to deliver.
In addition to five full-page plates, the edition comprised 'a highly finished emblematical Frontispiece, including a medallion head of the Author'.
Perhaps emblematical was Blyth Spartans' televised FA Cup heroics, with Jarrett Rivers' goal in the dying seconds at Hartlepool earning them a second-round tie and making its way onto the Dutch press' back pages to boot.
A modest and yet important piece of equipment that can help him give Lampedusa solidity, historical presence, and to do so in a sort of psychological transfer, by giving the Lampedusani an opportunity to come in physical contact with an immigrant, the emblematical "other.
This exhibition offers an intimate glimpse into one century of Spanish fashion and gives visitors an opportunity to discover the most emblematical creations as well as the comments of the selected designers," Mansilla said.
stated by President Abdullah Gul and added "I am pleased not only to see Huawei s success and contribution but also emblematical projects what Huawei achieved in different areas in Turkey.
To Susan Felleman, for instance, portraits, such the emblematical one in Preminger's Laura, are "not just a question of a return of the dead but rather a return of the repressed.