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They were products of a university press that had come to embody increasing muddle, decay, and corrupt practice, and which relied more and more on the leasing of its bible and prayer book work to survive.

These objects are considered relics of significant importance in many sects of Buddhism
dove was representative of the Holy Spirit to early Christians.

In fact, Campinas is emblematic of the wealth distribution inequality that is so common in the country (Brazil is the 9th largest economy in the world, but ranks only 32nd in wealth generation per capita, and 117th in average Gini coefficient ).

The Cathedral, perhaps the most emblematic structure in Córdoba.

Romeo and Juliet have become emblematic of young lovers and doomed love.

This period of civil war has become emblematic of the cyclic political disturbances in the history of the Roman empire.

Bockris and Bayley (1999), p. 119. The Television sets included Richard Hell's "Blank Generation", which became the scene's emblematic anthem.

Sometimes, the prudish conventions of his era caused him to convey sexuality in an emblematic fashion, such as in North by Northwest, when the film cuts abruptly from two aroused but visually chaste lovers to a train entering a tunnel.

Beauties Beauty is the most emblematic element in the Bonfires after the monument.

Goodman, Filial Rebellion, 86-88 Madame Geoffrin as patron of the arts is also emblematic of a more international connection.

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