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embodiment
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Anna Karenina
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  • Christ always has His definite embodiment in the art of the great masters.
  • I consider, and I have embodied my views in a note on the subject, that in our day these immense salaries are evidence of the unsound economic assiette of our finances.
  • Since he knew nothing of this, and drew his inspiration, not directly from life, but indirectly from life embodied in art, his inspiration came very quickly and easily, and as quickly and easily came his success in painting something very similar to the sort of painting he was trying to imitate.

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  • I was the embodiment of every writer’s worst fear: a cliche.
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  • If you became the princess, you’d be the embodiment of the law.
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