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1. The sad fate of the St Lawrence belugas epitomises the problems faced by small cetaceans on an increasingly polluted planet.
2. Her shocked and sobbing face epitomised the terror that the bombs had brought to thousands of innocent city centre workers and shoppers.
3. He epitomises the polite, friendly grandfather figure, all six foot three of him greeting me with a firm handshake.
4. Nothing specific epitomises New York; its essence is extremity, and diversity, packed into the highest possible density.
5. Mrs Chan, who epitomises the tradition, became a focus for his frustrations.
6. Wood Dalling Hall epitomises the perfect Elizabethan manor house.
7. For some this book may epitomise movement and dance - people in their natural surroundings and rhythm.
8. The wonder is the one man these words epitomise.
9. Her Cannes frames epitomise elegance and timeless classiness.
10. Little girls epitomise a patriarchal society's ideal of compliant, docile sexuality.
11. Shot in vibrant colours and from bizarre angles, their squeaky clean Space Age home epitomises this antiseptic respectability.
12. Such a chapter of accidents, however ridiculous in modern eyes, epitomised a genuinely important aspect of international relations.
13. This awareness, and the increased emphasis on the development of this asset is epitomised in the term human resource management.
14. Smaller designs in a myriad of colours are launched this season, all with the twisted rope emblem which epitomises its pedigree.
15. Gradually the grotesque body of the carnival was displaced by the dominant representation of the body epitomised by the classical nude.
16. Avarice, embarrassment, boredom, depression, jealousy and love, for example,(http://sentencedict.com/epitomise.html) might epitomise the modern age.
17. "Carragher is an excellent player and people like him and Steven Gerrard epitomise Liverpool Football Club, " said Hodgson.
18. But one thing is for sure: as with previous booms, signature deals will come to epitomise its excesses.
19. She was 16 when she started modelling in 1966 and by the late 80s the slender adolescent body had come to epitomise female beauty.
20. In some ways the current travails of Goldman Sachs (see article) epitomise the problem.
21. Seven years on, Mr Khodorkovsky is a symbol of the injustices perpetrated by corrupt bureaucrats and members of the security services, who epitomise the nexus between power and wealth.
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