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He here addresses his fair one's Pity, whom he personifies, and addresses as a mistress.
The Hunt, as you may know, personifies our Omegan way of life.
THE STATUS CIVILIZATIONROBERT SHECKLEY
Among the northern Buddhists it personifies the heaven of pure flame superposed upon the heaven of the sun.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
Though he personifies the male principle, there is not anything indecent in pictorial representations of him.
ANCIENT PAGAN AND MODERN CHRISTIAN SYMBOLISMTHOMAS INMAN
To a Japanese, who never personifies anything, such innocent irony is unmeaning.
THE SOUL OF THE FAR EASTPERCIVAL LOWELL
In this description of the god's utterance is the whole spirit of the element which he personifies.
KEATS: POEMS PUBLISHED IN 1820JOHN KEATS
The child personifies all things, that he may find in them the elements of life, of action, of things in the process of doing.
TRAINING THE TEACHERA. F. SCHAUFFLER
Lenine—and he personifies Bolshevism—was, and is, a doctrinaire Marxist of the most dogmatic type conceivable.
Every one of us inherits at birth, and personifies in life, a certain organic and psychological combination.
THE POSITIVE SCHOOL OF CRIMINOLOGYENRICO FERRI
It usually personifies or gives concrete form to the various virtues and vices of men.
SHORT STORY WRITINGCHARLES RAYMOND BARRETT