It's the epitome of irresponsibility."
New Orleans' Garden District is the epitome of Southern charm.
THE EAST END of London was long an epitome of industrial squalor.
Brexit is the epitome of democracy under threat – indeed, of democracy gone wrong.
The Epitome is still one of the best critical introductions to Ptolemy’s astronomy.
SIR ROGER BANNISTER, who died on March 3rd, was the epitome of the amateur sportsman.
Beyoncé and Blue Ivy were the epitome of elegance at the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, walking hand-in-hand on the white carpet.
The epitome of comfort food, traditional Irish stew needs only a few ingredients: meat, onions and potatoes, with salt and pepper.
Bob Dylan brought confessional poetry to folk rock, but Taylor became the epitome of the troubadour whose life was the subject of his songs.
…of maps of the world, Epitome of the Theatre of the World (1570), was produced by Mercator’s contemporary, the Belgian cartographer Abraham Ortelius.
On the other hand, 'In Treatment' is the epitome of American self-indulgence, both for the actors and the characters they're playing." — Chicago Sun-Times
Sir Fretful Plagiary, fictional character, the epitome of the vain, talentless playwright, in Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s play The Critic (first performed 1779).
He is the great survivor of his generation, 134 Test caps in and counting, and he is the epitome of a team that is more about collective strength than isolated acts of individual brilliance.
You have to look good for your Legends set - where you're the Man in Black himself Johnny Cash in 1994 or Al Green in 1999, who was the epitome of cool in a sharp all-white suit back in 1999.
In “Mastering the Art of French Cooking,” their profoundly influential 1961 cookbook, Julia Child, Simone Beck and Louisette Bertholle describe the soufflé as the “epitome and triumph of the art of French cooking.”
In some societies, the actor is viewed not as a hero or demigod but as the epitome of contemporary society; elsewhere, the actor is a quixote, a member of a low class whose convincing impersonations unsettle concepts of order and rationality.
In 2018, the male ponytail is seen as unconventional and artistic (see celebs identifiable by one name: Zayn, Brad, Jared), but in the 18th century, it was the mandatory style for European soldiers, and considered both hyper-masculine and the epitome of ‘establishment’.
Blemmydes’ compendia draw for the most part on Aristotle and his late antique commentators, but occasionally other influences are in evidence, such as that of John of Damascus in the Epitome logica and that of the Stoic cosmologist Cleomedes in the Epitome physica.
The true epitome of a successful woman and inspiration to others in our industry, she is regularly called upon to share her expertise and insight with marketing and business media, with recent contributions being published in Entrepreneur, Inc., The Drum, PCMA and Event Industry News.
The Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, Written by Himself (1845), often considered the epitome of the slave narrative, links the quest for freedom to the pursuit of literacy, thereby creating a lasting ideal of the African American hero committed to intellectual…
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