The novel is simultaneously a celebration and an exemplar of the joys of storytelling.
Those who loved Pete will miss him desperately, and cherish his memory as an exemplar of integrity, courage, and grace under fire.
But by what stretch of imagination was he an exemplar of “heroic virtue,” as the Vatican has just decreed?
It was the centre, not of government alone, but of the fine arts: the exemplar of culture and civilization.
No mention now of the Eurasian exemplar, the synthetic "over-man."
He was the exemplar of proper rest even as he was the exemplar of proper work.
The term Imm then becomes equal to the word leader or exemplar.
Secondly, nor could it give the true resemblance of its original and exemplar, if it were not the one only begotten thing.
When he might have been an exemplar there was no one who dared to follow him.
Man required an exemplar for every stage of his existence up to the perfection of his frame.
late 14c., "original model of the universe in the mind of God," later (mid-15c.) "model of virtue," from Old French exemplaire (14c.) and directly from Late Latin exemplarium, from Latin exemplum (see example).