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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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To be built in Belvidere, Ill., the Italian-engineered, American-styled Dart emblematizes the frantic pace with which Fiat and Chrysler are being unified under the orchestration of Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne .
For months and years commenters on this site have taken pains to point out that the core problem with the Novus Ordo Missae is that it embodies, emblematizes, and teaches new, different, and misleading doctrine.
In a context wherein the transcendental eagle of imperialist politics emblematizes the violation of enslaved peoples and landscapes, all creaturesboth human and non-humanare potentially affected.
Gilchrist, on the other hand, emblematizes a model of scholarship that evaluates knowledge as a commodity and that adheres to notions of functionality and practicality.
When the son returns seven years later, a wounded "shadow of the lusty child/Who, when the time of summer season smiled,/For her did earn a meal of honesty" (65-7), Shelley emblematizes the lives of thousands compelled to deliver and suffer "the vulgar tyrant's blow," only to come home
If a guardian angel had shewn himself bodily, his face might have worn such a pure distance from low and trifling things and like kindred with the blue sky and the truth it emblematizes.
I thought it appropriate for a figure who so emblematizes the ideal of ... "