- n. Plural form of exemplar.
“Any movement that looks to Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck as teachers and exemplars is a movement of fools and cretins.”
“In particular, the idea that rugby union forwards should be moral exemplars is bizarre.”
“Cognitive scientists who study concepts are generally concerned with three issues: how concepts are represented, how we classify instances which I will call exemplars from here on out as belonging to a concept, and how we use concepts in reasoning.”
“That would require the Clerk to become an expert on handwriting exemplars, which is not required.”
“But, if the Philosopher Clemens thinks good, that the higher amongst beings should be called exemplars in relation to something, his statement advances, not through correct and perfect and simple names.”
“But, we affirm that the exemplars are the methods in God, giving essence to things that be, and pre-existing uniformly, which theology calls predeterminations, and Divine and good wills, which define and produce things existing; according to which”
“My exemplars are the lately breeched youngsters with two pence in their pockets for the gingerbread-nut booth on a fair day.”
“The terrorists were in no uncertain terms exemplars of diversity.”
“The report confirmed eight allegations of abuse involving five students, but said that those students were actually "exemplars" whose experience is "substantially consistent with the experience of all children enrolled in the program.”
“Salaita starts with a couple of "exemplars" of anti-Arab racism, using Dershowitz's writing in The Nation, Ruth Conniff in The Progressive, and Richard Cohen in the Washington Post.”
Looking for tweets for exemplars.