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  • v. Obsolete form of exemplify.

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Examples

  • And all the rest that followeth, which may suffice to exemplifie your figure _Icon_, or resemblance by imagerie and portrait.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • And whereas we did, by our letters patents under the great seal of England, bearing date the 16th day of May, in the 13th year of our reign,2 exemplifie

    An Apology for the Life of Mr. Colley Cibber, Volume I

  • They are the ones who lead without being at the forefront, they speak without words or media and their lives are what exemplifie ­s mankind's, spirit, pride, brotherhoo­d and they equate their associatio ­n with as simply; a smile or a tear.

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  • This spending on advertisem­ents by the unions exemplifie ­s why I am opposed to unions having the right to donate money to political campaigns and causes.

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  • And all the rest that followeth, which may suffice to exemplifie your figure of Icon, or resemblance by imagerie and portrait.

    The Arte of English Poesie

  • At Isabella Freedman, year-round transforma­tive spiritual programs are also rooted in the stories of the early labor and women's rights movements as the Center was originally "The Jewish Working Girls Vacation Society", providing much-neede ­d respite from inhumane working conditions in NYC's garment district, bringing these young women to the Connecticu ­t Berkshires­, at no cost to them, to build community and freely engage in creative cultural pursuits - the birthright of all people, exemplifie ­d by the unfortunat­e denial of these rights, all too often, as in the tragic case of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire.

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  • I produce not these particulars, and other _amæna vireta_ already mentioned, as signifying any thing to timber, the main design of this treatise, (tho’ I read of some myrtils so tall, as to make spear-shafts) but to exemplifie in what may be farther added to ornament and pleasure, by a cheap and most agreeable industry.

    Sylva, Vol. 1 (of 2) Or A Discourse of Forest Trees

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