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to serve as an example, image, or symbol of

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embody the essential characteristics of or be a typical example of

express indirectly by an image, form, or model

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Kalberer has for more than ten years now been drawing on traditional Mesopotamian methods to develop a building technique typified by car ports, children's playhouses and larger structures for social evenings at village festivals, as in Auerstedt near Weimar.
The report also said that "compounding the problems of homophobic police, biased press coverage, and fears among gay people is the attitude of some judges who often seem, by their light sentences for those who assault and kill gay people (as was typified last year by a Florida judge who congratulated the assaulters in court), to condone crimes against gay people.
Chanel, too, created not only in Karl Lagerfeld's larger, caricatural style but also in his small and precious mode, offered a cardigan that is little other than a coat dress, but so in conformity with the scrupulous fit of the mid '90s that over the month of July one could witness it become a classic, an essential addition to the Chanel suit as a wardrobe basic, the kind of consummate act of tailoring and indulgent restraint that once typified the haute couture.
Placement is rather British (that is, English Cecchetti), while the company's sense of dynamics is not unlike the simple, direct sort that typified American dancers in the 1940s.
As its name implies, Back Yard Burgers strives to offer the same high-quality ingredients and special care typified by outdoor grilling in the backyard.
They had just three hits in a 3-2 victory Friday over Bishop - the program's first victory at Bishop - in a game that typified how the team wins games.
ITEM: Another widely publicized claim was typified by an Agence France-Presse story on January 7: "Over one million plants and animals--a quarter of all life on land--could become extinct in just decades due to human-made climate change, scientists say.
In conventional electronics, typified by semiconductor devices, charge rules.
it is typified by a solo, The Creation, set to a poem by James Weldon Johnson and choreographed and costumed by de Lavallade's husband, Geoffrey Holder.
Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas can be divided clinically into two general categories: indolent lymphomas, mainly typified as follicular lymphomas, that tend to grow relatively slowly, and aggressive lymphomas, mainly typified as DLBCL, which grow more rapidly.
His ability to guide the company through a period of economic turbulence is typified in an annual salary that now approaches $1 million.
The researchers report in the June 13 Science that 1 percent 44 these objects could have survived and should reside in the kind of orbit typified by 1996 [TL.
In addition, the insurance operating subsidiaries are typified by strong competitive positions in both the U.
It wasn't about fighting for the little guy as typified by bus riders or bus drivers.
The property sits atop a steep, curving road in a peaceful, secluded Hasley Canyon neighborhood, typified by rolling brush-covered hills, horse stables, mature trees, and many estate-style homes on large lots.