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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 Anselmian idea of "that than which nothing greater can be conceived," the core of the ontological argument, receives a christological articulation in this metaphysics of exemplarity.
It also asks us to square chivalric ideology with historical exemplarity and the understanding of contemporary events with both.
In the process, an exemplary tradition comes to embody the very meaning of exemplarity itself.
6) These studies responded to critique that exemplarity in L'Arche is idiosyncratic--unfit for generalization regarding the biological, developmental, and ecosystemic underpinnings of compassionate love.
This final story of beffa and counter-beffa can be taken as yet another meditation on the nature of both justice and exemplarity.
While every graduate student additionally knows that the question of surpassing one's forbears is not the right question, it is nevertheless possible to achieve exemplarity not by means of empirical examples, but by means of truly sublime poetic infinite succession.
He considers politics, pessimism, and the function of Arnold; cultural politics and the renunciation of Arnold; Arnoldian culture tackles the athletes of logic; critical anti-humanism and the fate of Arnold; the reception of Arnoldian pessimism; and Arnold's method of ethical exemplarity.
All the important work performed in such a very short time compared to other projects around the world, was only made possible by the high level involvement of all the JFUMC's staff (85% are Jordanians) and local subcontractors, and also by the high professionalism and exemplarity of JAEC's laboratory and associated scientists who provided the project with thousands of fast, precise, and accurate analysis.
Commending " the exemplarity of the Tunisian Revolution, a model of peaceful democratic transition", the French President ensures his support to Tunisia" in this crucial period, bearer of many hopes to Tunisia and to the Arab World".
Just as one may remember the shoe belonging to a victim at an accident site, rather than the disfigured mangled body, and allow that shoe the heightened exemplarity of its representative potential, so also it is potentially easier for an audience to deal with a representative table rather than the vision of a starving, disease-ridden family.
The first receipt listed in May's book, included amongst the prefatory materials to highlight its exemplarity, outlines the entire spectacle of a banquet.
In the new regime individuality, equality, freedom, and certainty were substituted for exemplarity, discretion, and arbitrariness.
The three-day Conference aims to present the Message of Islam, and the aspect of Mercy to the worlds, which included in its laws; to introduce the Prophet as a person, and the aspects of mercy in his biography; to study opinion trends in the West about Islam, and its Prophet and Message; to defend the Prophet's status in a sound method based on legal proofs, and rational convincing, and the exemplarity in his biology; to correct the misconceptions and confusion about Islam and its Prophet; and to correct some Muslims' behavior that contradicts the Prophet's instructions and guidance.
As the organiser of the upcoming Commonwealth Games ( CWG) and a major player on the international sport stage, India has a duty of exemplarity in the fight against doping in sport," he pointed out.
In the absence of such certainty, the addressee has no other choice but to believe in the exemplarity of the witness's testimony.