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conforming to an ultimate form of perfection or excellence

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worthy of imitation

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being or serving as an illustration of a type

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serving to warn

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The results of PLLA and 5 wt% PDLA exemplarily show that the formulation crystallizes at around 110[degrees]C in the cooling mode.
The effect of glue line thickness on the creep behavior of PU-bonded specimens is exemplarily revealed by results for the adhesive P9.
This does not mean that those condemned to hell are also redeemed in the end, since eternal punishment in hell is exemplarily executed on the RICH MAN.
In the Figure 7, the results are exemplarily presented for boiler O1.
However, this is no longer immediate or first-degree personal expression as embodied exemplarily by Odysseus in primary epic; in Virgil's secondary epic, personal expression is displaced to the overall order of history and the world.
The theoretical contentions derived from existing literature are discussed and exemplarily mirrored in the practical case of P&G's subsidiaries in the region.
The technology has reportedly performed exemplarily in sorting peas, french beans, berries and nuts.
And therefore Saint Augustin says religiously and exemplarily, "If one ask me what God did before this beginning, I will not answer, as another did merrily, He made Hell for such busie inquirers: But I will sooner say, I know not, when I know not, then answer that, by which he shall be deluded which asked too high a Mystery, and he be praysed, which answered a lie.
Such hectic experimentalism has since been relished as exemplarily postmodern, a new exulting in the instabilities and fragmentations of Scottish identity and culture which in themselves could now be thought of as positively and fashionably postmodern.
His tireless running and willingness to chase everything down was exemplarily as he led by example.
Such an ideal continues to function as the post-apartheid (or the post-postapartheid, or post-anti-apartheid) state's best Sunday suit, in which it presents itself as a foremost proponent of enlightened modernity, especially with reference to its exemplarily 'civil,' ultra-liberal Constitution and its constitutionally guaranteed institutions of liberty and equity.
The calculation is shown in detail exemplarily for FTTH/P2P without cost of inhouse cabling.
Yet the volume shies away from an explicit, hands-on technical comparison between the benefits of such a stance and those of a traditional, "non-Deleuzian" music theory exemplarily practiced.
This impossibility of reading hunger either purely spiritually or interpreting the revolution exclusively materialistically thus manifests itself in a constant interplay between literal and figurative speech; exemplarily, the following above-mentioned: "Fatten the peasants and the revolution gets apoplexy.