That is, Our Weakness personifies
an abstract body incapable of speaking although the body is staged by Auden as someone speaking.
The Glasgow artist personifies
contemporary art's fixation on cinema over the last decade.
For its part, Aetna says the alliance personifies
its goal to be on the leading edge of "domestic emerging markets," companies run by African Americans, women and other minority groups.
Taken literally this would mean that the angelic figure in fact personifies
Divine Counsel, or even the Holy Senate.
Jeff Levine personifies
the construction trend that is occurring in emerging neighborhoods throughout our city," said Harry Zlokower, co-chair of B'nai B'rith Real Estate Unit.
Indeed, this human kaleidoscope of a dancer/acrobat/choreographer personifies
the now-you-see-it-now-you-don't genre of stagecraft.
In the biomorphic objects, which are humorous but also menacing in their animallike mutability, Sircello personifies
theatrical attributes of female beauty, forcing them to stand in for the female body as metaphorical objects of desire.