Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of embodiment.

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Examples

  • Venice and Florence were described as embodiments of the political thought of the ancients.

    THE CITY

  • Who thinks Milton wanted merely to be part of a great "collective formation," no matter how devout his religious or political beliefs, or that Paradise Lost, one of the greatest "embodiments" of "values, beliefs, and ideas" in all of literature, is not first and foremost, is not primarily, a great "personal vision"?

    Philosophy and Literature

  • As Ahlstrom wryly observed, these civic embodiments of religious sentiment were not forced upon an unresponsive people by a few pious political leaders.

    American Grace

  • Jang's "contraptions" are now no longer stylized displays of flaring raw power, but instead semi-mechanical embodiments of the viewer, forging associations with the essential dynamics of the human body: vibration, flow, breath and contractions.

    Bill Bush: Between Death and Reincarnation: This Artweek.LA (June 6 - 12)

  • If, however, we bear in mind that the value of commodities has a purely social reality, and that they acquire this reality only in so far as they are expressions or embodiments of one identical substance, viz., human labour, it follows as a matter of course, that value can only manifest itself in the social relation of commodity to commodity.

    A Bland and Deadly Courtesy

  • So full scope rule limits embodiments to extant technologies.

    IPSC: final plenary

  • Copyright protects not tangible objects but underlying works, existing apart from embodiments.

    WIPIP at Seton Hall part 4

  • Jang's "contraptions" are now no longer stylized displays of flaring raw power, but instead semi-mechanical embodiments of the viewer, forging associations with the essential dynamics of the human body: vibration, flow, breath and contractions.

    Bill Bush: Between Death and Reincarnation: This Artweek.LA (June 6 - 12)

  • Copyright protects not tangible objects but underlying works, existing apart from embodiments.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • If, however, we bear in mind that the value of commodities has a purely social reality, and that they acquire this reality only in so far as they are expressions or embodiments of one identical substance, viz., human labour, it follows as a matter of course, that value can only manifest itself in the social relation of commodity to commodity.

    skzbrust: Capital Volume 1 Part 1 Chapter 1 Section 3

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