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embody in

To fully capture and convey something. A noun or pronoun can be used between "embody" and "in." The worst impulses of our country are embodied in those greedy, unscrupulous banks.

embody something in something

to actualize something in something; to make something represent something else in actuality. I tried to embody both good and evil in my painting. A strong sense of morality is embodied in her writing.
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Ford is on the hunt to find individuals who best embody the spirit and passion of the all-new Ford Mustang with the kickoff of its #MustangAndMe contest
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Al-Sayyed makes use of his previous tools, as he worked in sculpture and oil pointing, to enrich his fresh visions in portraits, in which he captures human spontaneity to embody new faces in a way that breaks the rigid moulds characterizing this art.
The Sunday Mirror has teamed up with Embody to offer you half-price pampering on a complete range of therapies and treatments including reflexology, aromatherapy, a relaxing facial or body massage and many more.
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I had never encountered a group of people who embody joy and charity to such a great extent.
Music, like anything else, can embody the more refined or more ignoble aspects of human nature.
Committed to honest dialogue and passionate about justice, they embody the commitment to see people as people and problems as problems, even as they act on behalf of the less powerful partners.
Indeed, what this essay asks us to imagine is the presence of what I call the Irregular birth control clinic movement, a movement of clinics which continued to embody the supposedly lost radicalism of Margaret Sanger in the teens.
As magic realist houses, 124 and the other place literally embody the otherworldly women who inhabit them, thus erasing the boundaries between the supernormal and the normal.
At the same time, they see their generation misled, and that those who do seize success for their own are the ones who embody the opposite of the American dream--the liars, the lazy, the sycophants, the unjust.
Landstar Carrier Group's Tom Embody (left) recently got a first-hand look at the Intelligent Road/Rail Information Server.
Kessler's sculptures not only embody the supposedly disembodied video stream by juxtaposing it with the gimcrack devices that lie behind its production but also imagine representation as a carnal act--an instance of touch, and possibly even of rape.
This Statement also addresses questions about the classification of certain financial instruments that embody obligations to issue equity shares.
As we witnessed with Enron, which had a robust code of ethics, if the leadership does not embody the code, the culture of the entity as a whole will not embrace it.