epitomize


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Synonyms for epitomize

Synonyms for epitomize

to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

Synonyms for epitomize

embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of

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Douglas Durst and his entire organization epitomize this visionary approach to the future growth of our city.
The award is given to individuals or organizations that epitomize the spirit of philanthropy - giving of yourself when you don't have to,'' said Tom Miller, executive director of the foundation.
These companies epitomize the corporate clout - and citizenship - that make these New York-based firms true leaders.
Bob's experience, integrity, leadership skills and connections epitomize our goals for this security franchise.
They epitomize neighbor-to-neighbor banking which, in today's banking climate, is where true value lies.
The accomplishments of the SNIA IP Storage Forum epitomize the overall goals of our association.
Our customers epitomize the best practices in eLearning planning and implementation in diverse and complex organizations.
Kylie Minogue epitomizes everything a gay icon should be.
We specifically chose Williamsburg for our new office as it epitomizes Brooklyn's community spirit, the reason so many people are flocking to this borough," said Dottie Herman, President and CEO of Prudential Douglas Elliman.
In fact, he celebrates the institution's goodness, which Essie epitomizes.
John Ognie certainly epitomizes what a volunteer from a veterans' organization should be," said Randall B.
Veteran American postmodernist King epitomizes the thinking person's dancer choreographer; and every page of this collection of his essays and performance texts--more than thirty years' worth--swims in an intellectual stream where the waters run thick and swift.
The Japanese love for all things Matrix is reciprocated in its American directors' fascination with Japan, and this, the self-proclaimed "Year of the Matrix," is the ideal time to examine the phenomenon of the intercultural feedback loop that the Matrix series epitomizes.
What makes Indonesia so important is not just its size, but that it represents a Muslim tradition that epitomizes tolerance, respect for women, and a very open attitude to the world--and it is in marked contrast to that view that the extremists who carried out the World Trade Center attack are trying to present as Muslim," Wolfowitz recently told the Brown Journal of World Affairs at Brown University.
This spirit of pseudoscientific experimentation epitomizes Huebler's approach: The application of a discourse developed for the collection of empirical data and the verification of objective truths to situations that are by turns aleatory, outlandish, or simply mundane, accounts for much of his humor.