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The fight to force Justice’s empire to follow pollution rules, the groups say, symbolizes the larger ongoing fight over how aggressively to regulate an industry that remains politically powerful, even as its economic influence declines.
Yet rather than symbolize how polluted our environment is, the Cuyahoga has become a poster child for the EPA’s success.
It symbolizes changing the nature of what a cat is in order to better suit your purposes.
It used to symbolize a time when women were confined to housework.
WOMEN ARE FINALLY RECLAIMING THE ‘HOUSE DRESS’CLAIRE ZILLMAN, REPORTERAUGUST 21, 2020FORTUNE
So the mushroom cloud that resulted symbolizes one of science’s most disturbing successes.
The dodecahedron symbolized all the heavenly bodies — the stars and planets, each perfect in shape and movement.
The wall showed no further trace of damp, and the new chauffeur's bent back seemed to symbolize an extreme conscientiousness.
THE REGENTE. ARNOLD BENNETT
A silence fell upon the room, a silence that seemed to symbolize the "biffing" of the doctor's son by old French.
PLASHERS MEADCOMPTON MACKENZIE
It has also been held to symbolize light or the god of light, of the forked lightning, and of water.
THE SWASTIKATHOMAS WILSON
It was in the form of a scythe to symbolize Time, the pendulum being a bunch of arrows to suggest the flight of the minutes.
HEROES OF TO-DAYMARY R. PARKMAN

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