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She personified the postwar generation’s apprehension about the mid-century women’s movement, especially when it came to sexual agency.
King personified connections between the private experiences of women and larger social and political structures.
The nefarious algorithms at work, hilariously personified in the film by actor Vincent Kartheiser, analyze our online activity to build a detailed model of our preferences.
The elusive “they” that Lanier and other ex-techies refer to is personified in the film by three t-shirt clad engineers working tirelessly in a control room to keep peoples’ attention on their phones at all costs.
In the Dakota theory of the universe they personify the maternal power and spirit by the name Hunka.
Great causes need an historical figure to personify their interests and tendencies.
HISTORY OF JULIUS CAESAR VOL. 1 OF 2NAPOLEON III, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH, 1808-1873.
In Bible history the same term has been employed to personify the tradition of the first shipbuilder, Noah.
THE EVOLUTION OF CULTUREAUGUSTUS HENRY LANE-FOX PITT-RIVERS
You have stepped into quite a new character—you personify Retributive Justice now.
THE LAW AND THE LADYWILKIE COLLINS
These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."
You do not personify the hills, but the hills personify you.
DESTINYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK

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