personify


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to represent (an abstraction, for example) in or as if in bodily form

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invest with or as with a body

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represent, as of a character on stage

attribute human qualities to something

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Using carefully scripted narratives and cinematic video techniques, Personify Health humanizes healthcare providers by featuring them beyond the white coat in various activities that personify their true nature.
ADF, through its Personify Financial brand, is the trusted financial partner for thousands of underestimated under-banked consumers.
He joined the company as president in 2013 when Rubicon Technology Partners, a long-term value-added investment firm, made a strategic investment in Personify.
A half-sister to the Group 1 winner Laisserfaire, Personify was consigned by Coolmore Stud, who had snapped up Private Steer for AEUR1.
Shapiro, Bergonzi, and Ehrenpreis have all recognized Auden's tendency to personify and embody abstractions.
Ten students are elected each year to personify Lucia's virtues in a formal ceremony.
Set against the fascination of Paxson's examples is a lack of clarity in categorizing different orders of things that can personify or be personified - a failing in a chapter claiming to present a taxonomy for the purposes of the following chapters at least - and an apparently limited awareness of how prosopopoiia was commonly used in Roman rhetoric and of the ubiquitous appearance of personification, animation, and anthropomorphism in classical literature generally.
An allegorical play popular in Europe especially during the 15th and 16th centuries, in which the characters personify moral qualities (such as charity or vice) or abstractions (as death or youth) and in which moral lessons are taught.
At the same time, their edginess, heightened by their blackness--they literally bristle with shark-fin edges--suggests that they might personify massive attacks of anxiety.
NET and Personify, TMA Resources' association management software.
Personify Inc declared that it has hired Devang Bhavsar to its new executive leadership team as the Vice President of Professional Services.
com)-- In an effort to increase awareness about suicide prevention, Personify Entertainment and singer JUANITA partners with The Artist Collaborative ("TAC"), a joint project with other artists to raise funds for education, mental health programs, and stop suicide.
George Washington's Secretary of the Treasury and West Indian immigrant Alexander Hamilton came to personify the unease felt by Americans about the relations between the slave colonies of the West Indies and the supposedly free and democratic states of the independent mainland, a state of mind that Goudie terms the "creole complex".
PERSONIFY, a former lead horse with Godolphin and now with Clive Cox, clocked up his first win for the trainer when proving a length better than Border Artist in the mile handicap.
Lee, reading in a clear and appealing Australian accent, is able to personify the cats (both domestic and feral) with subtle shifts in tone, pitch, and accent.