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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emphasize.


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  • The title emphasizes the human nature of Him who thus appears to John.

    Commentary on Revelation

  • Since Kim Jong-un, who is in his 20s, lacks achievements of his own, the nickname emphasizes the one trait likely to reinforce his legitimacy: his lineage.

    Slate Articles

  • As the term emphasizes, TCO includes not only the cost of buying and installing the software, but also the cost of hardware to run it, administering it, training employees to use it, and maintaining and supporting it.

  • The label emphasizes contemporary high-end streetwear created using exclusive custom-designed and milled bamboo fabric.

    Press Release

  • Leaving office in Alaska after less than one term emphasizes her relatively meager record.

    Garden City News

  • I'm guessing that, overall, it wasn't your first choice, since it's so different, but were you able to find some consolation in the features of the novel this new title emphasizes?

    The Passion Play of Death by Todd Hasak-Lowy

  • But the scariest part of Citizens United, as Lessig emphasizes, is the money that isn't spent.

    Zach Carter: Campaign Cash: How Citizens United Will Change Elections Forever

  • The "Vegetable Tasting" surprised me, though the menu listing was fairly clear: Cafe Levain emphasizes local, fresh ingredients when possible on their menu, and yet this was a vegetable main course that could have been done in November or February without any problem at all.

    Barnstorming on an Invisible Segway

  • Illness, as Ophelia emphasizes, is a condition characteristic of her changed circumstances, and comes with her removal from her original environment.

    Ildiko Csengei

  • What Broad emphasizes is the value of its technology in reducing the demand for electric power, rather than reducing energy demand overall.

    Letters to the Editor


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