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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of emblematize.

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Examples

  • Japan has successfully exported an irresistible brand of aesthetics that we all recognize: anime and manga, Harajuku street style, square watermelons, and the ubiquitous kawaii cuteness culture, emblematized by the thousand-yard stare of Hello Kitty and the addictive Youtube channel devoted to Maru the cat.

    Sarah Archer: Handmade for Japan: Aid Through Art

  • Japan has successfully exported an irresistible brand of aesthetics that we all recognize: anime and manga, Harajuku street style, square watermelons, and the ubiquitous kawaii cuteness culture, emblematized by the thousand-yard stare of Hello Kitty and the addictive Youtube channel devoted to Maru the cat.

    Sarah Archer: Handmade for Japan: Aid Through Art

  • Japan has successfully exported an irresistible brand of aesthetics that we all recognize: anime and manga, Harajuku street style, square watermelons, and the ubiquitous kawaii cuteness culture, emblematized by the thousand-yard stare of Hello Kitty and the addictive Youtube channel devoted to Maru the cat.

    Sarah Archer: Handmade for Japan: Aid Through Art

  • Japan has successfully exported an irresistible brand of aesthetics that we all recognize: anime and manga, Harajuku street style, square watermelons, and the ubiquitous kawaii cuteness culture, emblematized by the thousand-yard stare of Hello Kitty and the addictive Youtube channel devoted to Maru the cat.

    Sarah Archer: Handmade for Japan: Aid Through Art

  • The enduring relationship is emblematized in the Nairobi Hilton, one of the capital's major landmarks, and erected by Solel Boneh, an Israeli construction conglomerate.

    Kenya Spare Iraq?

  • On the other hand, Louisa also stands in as representation of what is lost through the solidification of American identity emblematized in the marriage between Bess and Oliver.

    Money, Matrimony, and Memory: Secondary Heroines in Radcliffe, Austen, and Cooper

  • Pollsters have emblematized part of the crucial working-class swing vote as "Wal-Mart Women," defined as more socially conservative women who typically don't have a college degree, who are feeling the economic pinch and are shopping at Wal-Mart for its lower prices.

    'Wal-Mart Women' Vote Remains in Play

  • What was wrong with it was perfectly emblematized by what was wrong with the musical score.

    The new "Star Wars" movie.

  • One thus finds in Stubbs's portrait of the Pocklington family that the foundational relationship of husband and wife is triangulated and emblematized by the horse, to whom Mrs. Pocklington gives her hand and affections, and beside which the captain stands, legs mimetically poised like the animal's own.

    'Sweet Influences': Human/Animal Difference and Social Cohesion in Wordsworth and Coleridge, 1794-1806

  • Her futile attempt to erase Patti LuPone's "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" from collective memory cleared the way for her second great period, emblematized by 1998's Ray of Light and last year's Music.

    Madonna: Zero to 90's

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