from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of epitaph;
- n. of epitome.
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Natan Sharansky, Andrei Sakharov, V clav Havel, Adam Michnik gave human rights the aspect of an international "cause," and in 1977 Amnesty International whose work on behalf of political prisoners epit omized the new focus on individual rights was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Her parish priest, Father Gilfillan, epit omised that in what he preached from the pulpit, and what he practised on the ground, whether it be his work for a local drug outreach centre or just his way of finding time to talk to everyone who stopped him in the street.
Thus, propagandistic advertisement can depict homophobic and homohating bigots as crude loudmouths and as sh oles--people who say not only '@#$% go t' but 'nig ger,' 'ki ke,' and other shameful epit hets--who are 'not Christian.'
To this succeeds Suncti Isidori epit - tola ad Branliontm.
; Ambr. et alii.] [Footnote 128: Aug.l. 6 confess.c. 7 ad 13.] [Footnote 129: Hier. in epit.
Atypoìi fiirculofìhttba ejì, fulirubra: gra '. air: ftrta acri fuua: fimme epit} ijau.