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exemplar

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexemplarex‧em‧plar /ɪɡˈzemplə, -plɑː $ -plər, -plɑːr/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 formalEXAMPLE a good or typical exampleexemplar of 🔊 Milt’s career is an exemplar of survival in difficult times.
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exemplarThereafter the educational system supplements the interaction with family and friends in providing facilities and exemplars for further symbolic and social development.Supporters of those with special needs should be exemplars of such good practice.But this imitation of well-established exemplars is another mark of the psychotic rather than the genuine mystic.Of course the three are not equally important but in exemplars one could expect all three to be important sources of volition.I was becoming the very exemplar of the fool in love.
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