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Bezos has become a subject of public fascination and, on the left, public ire as an epitome of America’s billionaire class, especially since rising to the No.

The resume of Atlanta’s Younghoe Koo is the epitome of a winding NFL kicking career.

The house meal, then, is the epitome of comfort food —not in the broad sense, but when and how it actually matters.

These big hotels are an epitome of expansive, gorgeous American life.

Their PilgrimageCharles Dudley Warner

Her eyes sparkled, her cheeks glowed—she seemed the epitome of innocent, happy girlhood.

PatchworkAnna Balmer Myers

The drama also had much fascination for him, and he wrote several poems, and made an epitome of Dugdale's Monasticon.

The face of the baby looked like an epitome of weary, even vicious, heredity.

The DebtorMary E. Wilkins Freeman

They gave us, as it were, an epitome of the progress which the arts had long been making in Greece.

Appended to it is an epitome of the state and condition of Virginia.

They were excellent at an epitome or a lexicon, and were very successful as librarians.

The Great Book-CollectorsCharles Isaac Elton and Mary Augusta Elton

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