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1, She seemed to personify goodness and nobility.
2, These louts personify all that is wrong with our society today.
3, We often personify the sun and the moon , calling the sun " he " and the moon'she ".
4, Artists personify beauty in their works.
5, These children personify all that is wrong with the education system.
6, In this myth, entrepreneurial heroes personify freedom and creativity.
7, The little boy seemed to personify the poverty and famine of his country.
8, Maskelyne took up, then embraced,[http://sentencedict.com/personify.html] then came to personify the lunar distance method.
9, He has many opportunities to personify the government or, strictly speaking, to be presented as its spokesman.
10, Can I really mean to personify the community in this vivid way?
11, To endow with personal qualities; personify.
12, To you, Mr. Smith personify the absolute power.
13, To attribute human or personal qualities to; personify.
14, Do not threat, disturb, personify or hurt other people, and do not invade other people's privacy.
15, People usually personify a ship by referring to it as'she ".
16, The personify the divine and magic powers worshipped by the people.
17, The two main characters personify The Dollar and The Euro in this heavily symbolic experimental piece.
18, The media tell it whenever they present international relations as a dramatic encounter between world leaders who personify their countries.
19, Beyond this, to maximize the voluntary participation, the editor comes to personify the strategy and purposes of the publication.
20, Again we have seen only too clearly in some other countries what can happen if you personify and almost deify the State.
21, The doublespeak from Corporate America is breathtaking, and few personify it better than Huntsman, the Republican presidential candidate.
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