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Embodying in itself all the others, in some aspects of its character it presents these united in a singular and beauteous whole.
The proclamation embodying this Act permitted the temporary use of municipal lands, the seed supplied to be repaid after the crop.
This is a written or printed document, varying according to circumstances, but embodying the argument on the question affected.
It was moreover a national art, entering into every phase of public life, and embodying the Greek sense of national greatness.
GREEK SCULPTUREESTELLE M. HURLL
The commissioners regarded the land purchase act as embodying the most simple and efficacious remedy for existing evils.
He looked forward with great pleasure, he said, to seeing the publication in which Mr. Anderson spoke of embodying their contents.
He has left us at least twenty different pictures embodying this doctrine.
GREAT ARTISTS, VOL 1.JENNIE ELLIS KEYSOR
Within an hour a resolution embodying his idea was put and carried with only the son's dissenting vote.
MOUNTAINCLEMENT WOOD
It was planned that an address embodying demands similar to those of Hungary should be forwarded to the Emperor by this assembly.
Bowker, p. 73, relates a story embodying a similar episode, but apparently connected with Wild Hunt legends.
THE SCIENCE OF FAIRY TALESEDWIN SIDNEY HARTLAND

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