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This tenth of a season, which could be a disaster but isn’t, illustrates a quality that epitomized the Nats in their come-from-behind 2019 title run and has them afloat in 2021 — for now.THE NATIONALS DIDN’T SEEK THIS PAIN, BUT THEY MIGHT BE GROWING FROM ITTHOMAS M. BOSWELLAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Questions surrounding military service epitomized their fears.MEN-ONLY SELECTIVE SERVICE REGISTRATION MAY END SOON, BUT THE FIGHT WILL REMAINHEATHER STURAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
We city dwellers think of robins as harbingers of spring, and all that, and they epitomize the bird world.THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
And what a little thing thus to epitomize the whole hopeless standstill of their circumstances!GRAY YOUTHOLIVER ONIONS
Proverbs, indeed, exemplify and epitomize the essentially literary type of thinking and speaking.LITERATURE IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLPORTER LANDER MACCLINTOCK
Children the world over epitomize in their habits and thoughts the infancy of the human race."WHERE ANGELS FEAR TO TREAD" AND OTHER STORIES OF THE SEAMORGAN ROBERTSON
Before adverting to the most serious fact it is as well to epitomize the political action which has created it.TI-PING TIEN-KWOHLIN-LE
It may be taken to epitomize the saner public opinion of England upon the meaning and lessons of the episode.DANGER! AND OTHER STORIESARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
After seeing the larger wall-paintings in corridors and refectory, this little gem seems to epitomize his choicest gifts.THE MADONNA IN ARTESTELLE M. HURLL
There is not room enough in this chapter for that Survey, but I can epitomize a portion of it here.CHRISTIAN SCIENCEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)

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