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It’s also emblematic of the struggle by financial regulators the world over to regulate the supercharged space of digital currencies.
The congregation is small — about eight people — but the effort is emblematic of the work they do with their nonprofit.
Cotton, the forklift driver in North Dakota, is perhaps emblematic of this shift.
Canadian historian Margaret MacMillan regards the Iceman story as emblematic of our violent nature.
In a way, Rivera sees Reaves as emblematic of the whole team.
By the end of the day, all three of them suggested that the race was really about the “future” of Virginia, though only Carroll Foy took a real swing at McAuliffe, calling him “emblematic of the status quo.”
Music genres become emblematic of the social anxieties of their eras, and those are things that frame both the artists and their dedicated audiences.
Kemp’s work is emblematic of the sort of journalism that is vanishing by the day in the United States.
Ironton, which sits in Lawrence County, is emblematic of this trend, as it elected a 28-year-old Democrat as its mayor in a landslide.
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The response was emblematic of Barrett’s answers to many questions.

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