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Orpheus calls her the harbinger of Titan, for she is the personification of that light which precedes the appearance of the sun.

He was the personification of anti-Nationalism and aggressive democracy.

Man's personification of himself, his projection of himself as a living being into external things, was the result of reflection.

Myth and ScienceTito Vignoli

Such appears to me to be the genesis of the personification, in the greater number of cases observed by me.

The Latin is usually more concrete than the English, and especially less bold in the personification of abstract qualities.

New Latin GrammarCharles E. Bennett

Personification may be conveniently regarded as classed with simile and metaphor.

In fact he is the personification of what is believed to be outside opinion.

Vondel lived in a memorable epoch and was its personification.

Vondel's LuciferJoost van den Vondel

As the personification of justice her moral power was immense and inexorable.

He becomes the personification of an evil thing that must be destroyed or of a good thing that must be protected.

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