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  • n. Plural form of exemplification.

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  • "exemplifications"; or, as in that of Pope, upon the subject of representative metres and onomatopoeic words.

    Dr. Johnson and His Circle

  • “Recent exemplifications of false philology” « Motivated Grammar

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  • Everyone can have a common Platonic ideal of "lawnmower," but there will be many exemplifications of it.

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  • Artiodactyles, and the assumed nearer approach of the dentition of certain ancient Carnivores to the typical arrangement, have also been cited as exemplifications of a law of progressive development, but I know of no other cases based on positive evidence which are worthy of particular notice.

    Essays

  • Our exemplifications, our embodiments of biblical theology will always in some respects depart from their biblical precedents, so that we cannot simply assert that our practice fulfills the mandates of our biblical score.

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  • What might be done in this way, and how, this being done, the present alienation of feeling on the part of our workingmen would largely disappear, must be evident to any one who has watched some of the beautiful exemplifications of this relationship which have already grown into being on our shores.

    Black and White

  • Given that there is some extra-mental reality common to Socrates and Plato, we also need to know what it is in each of them that makes them distinct exemplifications of that extra-mental reality.

    John Duns Scotus

  • We shall refer to the view as the claim that facts are exemplifications.

    Facts

  • The two views of facts as exemplifications of properties and as obtaining states of affairs raise many metaphysical and ontological questions and are often appealed to in giving answers to metaphysical and ontological questions.

    Facts

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