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  • v. Present participle of epitomise.

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Examples

  • IF this game were a film, then it would be called 'Escape from Alcaraz', the Paraguayan defender of that name epitomising the unceasing South American pressing game which denied the

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  • German adventure will play into our hands, claims Pique film then it would be called Escape from Alcaraz, the Paraguyan defender of that name epitomising the unceasing South American pressing game which denied the European Champions the chance to

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  • Is this giant online, free encyclopaedia the world's hub of collective knowledge, instantly updated and epitomising the "wisdom of the crowds"?

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  • Many see the crash as epitomising the problems facing China in its headlong rush towards development, including the lack of transparency.

    China rail crash families accept compensation as Beijing moves to silence furore

  • Rarely in the civilised world will you find a community epitomising blight, deprivation and death living so close to one that represents privilege, wealth and beauty.

    A chilling and cruel tale of two cities | Kevin McKenna

  • Earl explains: I feel the austere minimalist trend is tiring and there was a focus on prettiness and attention to detail, epitomising what I believe female consumers will want to wear come next spring: designs that look special and expensive.

    Things we learned from this year's fashion shows

  • Wife says husband was defending himself from chengguan, low-level officers many see as epitomising evils of public power

    Chinese vendor appeals against death penalty for killing 'thug' law enforcers

  • In particular, Scandinavian countries, with their relatively small populations, are traditionally seen as epitomising the success of the welfare state.

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  • Quite what that means for the 1969 crime caper movie, known for Michael Caine's role as a master criminal set on a huge heist and for epitomising British swinging 60s cool, is still unclear.

    Bollywood takes The Italian Job for a spin

  • Nevertheless, Rosen is also an old-time political hack, epitomising the wing of the Democratic party that has progressive politics on every issue except the Internet: they're all for freedom, except for when it comes to that magic wire that delivers freedom of the press, freedom of assembly and freedom of speech in one package.

    Boing Boing

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