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The idea behind The Emancipator, according to The New York Times, will be to bring new relevance to the 20th tradition of opinion-driven reporting typified by anti-slavery publications.
His hero, Gulliver, discovers race after race of beings who typify the genera in his classification of mankind.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
It has long been the custom for advertisers in the continental journals to typify their wares.
Therefore, when you fight for us you fight not only for yourself, but for everything you typify.
THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILLGILBERT K. CHESTERTON
While men may not have intended to typify anything in the case, God did.
The fair, handsome youth, wrapped now in the blankets, seemed to him to typify all the Austrian qualities.
THE HOSTS OF THE AIRJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
No name can be imagined too liquid, sweet and voluptuous in its sound to typify her loveliness.
Merlin has a bright, fair, rather chubby face and blue eyes, and seems to typify the northern intelligence.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
These wild riders of the stormy sky, like their prototypes in the Vedas, personify or typify "rain senders."
Can the hardest granite typify the everlasting duration of Napoleon's renown?

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