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emblematic

embluhma tik

  • s  serving as a visible symbol for something abstract
    a crown is emblematic of royalty
  • s  being or serving as an illustration of a type;
    the free discussion that is emblematic of democracy

  • So you've excluded an emblematic liberal and an emblematic conservative.
  • His character traits are emblematic of this amazing century: a paranoia bred from his having been a refugee from the Nazis and then the Communists; an entrepreneurial optimism .
  • The struggles between bin Laden and Massoud are emblematic of the divisions in the Muslim world between militants who advocate violence against the West and those who favor .
News & Articles

  • Obama-Merkel Cool as Leaders Together Standing Since 2009
    In 2008, German Chancellor Angela Merkel rejected Obama’s request to speak at the Berlin landmark as presumptuous for a presidential candidate. That he’s speaking there next week, at her invitation, is emblematic of how the two political outsiders have forged an unlikely connection.
    June 14, 2013 - Bloomberg
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Washington Post
    Over the last decade, this agency has become emblematic of a failed philosophy that views all regulation with hostility,Obama said Tuesday night from the Oval Office, adding that "the pace of reform was just too slow."
  • James Billington in Lime Wire (blog)
    In addition to his towering artistic achievements, Librarian of Congress James Billington mentioned that McCartney has also "made an impact far beyond music through his humanitarianism and activism around the world, which are emblematic of the...
  • Raymond Kelly in Washington Post
    New York police spend "considerable time and resources protecting the landmarks nearly everyone would recognize as emblematic of New York and America," Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said. "But we also protect the anonymous, unheralded...

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