"Ted Stevens personified a person with real guts," said Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT).
That moment, he told Steve Kornacki, “personified a mindset that I was part of and that an amazing number of people were part of.”
Like Wall Street itself, the man who personified stock-market mania has rebounded from the financial crisis with a vengeance.
She personified everything the academy wanted in an officer: smart, charismatic, physically fit.
For Pelosi, just as for many Americans, Obama personified the transformative change that seemed possible.
He was worshiping not the animal-headed idols, but the attributes which they personified.
He is the living Word; in Him was personified what had been immemorial tradition.
Several rivers are personified and invoked as deities in the Rigveda.
By whom in that firm the kite was personified, shall not here be stated.
The poem, then, is the work of a Hindu idealist who personified Bengal under the form of a purified and spiritualized Kali.