Does this priest, Father Flynn, embody the future, the change, the upsetting of her little fiefdom?
But who is Santa really, and does he embody “the spirit of the Holiday” of consumer Christmas?
Al-Wawi seems to embody two defining features of the uprising: armed resistance, and an increasingly aggressive media campaign.
It is in no way my job to embody an idealized form of beauty and sensuality.
A master teacher invites his pupils to attend to objects that embody irresolvable tensions.
They embody conjectures of later copyists, or traditions which are without foundation.
It is unthinkable that it should ever embody them absolutely.
Nor do the figures of this deity or supposed deity appear to embody throughout the same idea.
Yet the English have contrived to embody all these in one word, and that word my name!'
She seemed to embody the warmth and sanity of the new life for which he was to save Tony.