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exemplify (something) by (something)

To do or use something to highlight something else. She exemplifies compassion by her warm, loving demeanor.
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exemplify something by something

to use something to explain or illustrate something. He exemplifies wisdom by his decisions. Roger exemplifies virtue by the way he treats his employees.
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, exemplified by the Phorcides, the Prometheus, and scenes laid in Hades.
THE tendency of the principle of legislation for States, or communities, in their political capacities, as it has been exemplified by the experiment we have made of it, is equally attested by the events which have befallen all other governments of the confederate kind, of which we have any account, in exact proportion to its prevalence in those systems.
Critics of literary history have again [96] and again remarked upon it; it is a characteristic which reveals itself in many different forms, but is strongest and most sympathetic in what is strongest and most serious in modern literature; it is exemplified by writers as unlike Wordsworth as the French romanticist poets.
He urged the Muslims to emulate the Holy Prophet Mohammed by imbibing the ideals of sacrifice exemplified by the prophet.
"Key to the result swinging in Aberystwyth's favour was the attitude we encountered towards creating and sustaining local partnerships, exemplified by the town's response to the storms that devastated the seafront at the beginning of 2014.
Summary: DUBAI - Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation, or Empower, has lauded the UAE's milestone achievements in the fourth quarter of 2012, exemplified by investments in major projects, including Khalifa Port in Abu Dhabi.
According to Amanda Hyde, kinesiology graduate student, the team separated the participants' feeling states into four categories: pleasant-activated feelings exemplified by excitement and enthusiasm, pleasant-deactivated feelings exemplified by satisfaction and relaxation, unpleasant-activated feelings exemplified by anxiety and anger, and unpleasant-deactivated feelings exemplified by depression and sadness.
Deftly guiding readers through a truly comprehensive and studied understanding of prayer and its repetitive rhythm and nature, On The Prayer Of Jesus provides an easy-to-follow mapping of the Hesychasm's enabling attributes for opening the heart and mind for a productive and securing meditation in Christian practice, as exemplified by the wisdom of Bishop Ignatius Brianchanivov.
Niigata also upgraded its larger all-electric machines, exemplified by the new 198-ton model MD180W i6.5.
Venerable history teaches, and the latest war dispatches perpetuate, an uncrossable chasm between the democratic West exemplified by Greece, and oriental despotism exemplified by Mesopotamia.
The French helped to assimilate a pure classic design with natural, unforced elements; as exemplified by the introduction of the curve and elliptical line rather then a ridged, geometrical design.
These are stories of human experience at hits darkest as exemplified by Andrea Yates who killed her five children and the impact Rusty Yates, her husband and the father of her children whose life was irrevocably shattered in a few short hours.
The sedimentation styles of graben to rift systems are exemplified by the work of Fernandez et al., Derer et al., and McCann et al.
This can be exemplified by the company[acute accent]s second product based on the technology, a tablet for treatment of insomnia, where the clinical trial program starts during spring 2004.
Rather than characterize Kluver's contribution to the decade's larger projects as technology per se, it would be more accurate to claim that he offered the institutional resources of "big science," as exemplified by the research facilities of his employer, Bell Telephone Laboratories.