Long before the Tea Party, he embodied the GOP fringe—and now the ex-senator wants his old New Hampshire seat back.
Whereas Lane Frost more or less lived the life that embodied the ideal.
I grew up in Shanghai with a typical Chinese education and a father who embodied stereotypical “tiger parenting.”
And that system is embodied—through marketing as much as talent—by Steve Jobs.
When the couple is pulled apart, their bittersweet romance is embodied by the theme song, “Falling Slowly.”
The Byzantine code, based on the Roman, as embodied in the Ἑξάβιβλος Justice.
The principles of the admiralty are embodied in its form of procedure.
The title, or any chapter inscription, if embodied in the design of the heading, has a good effect.
The Arbiter was embodied in Pateley, it was Pateley: that, everybody knew, everybody repeated.
He observed it eagerly, first because it embodied his new idea, and second because it swam with a rare activity.