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F664 Coursework Exemplar Definition

  • Its face is Christy Turlington Burns, an exemplar of elegance and eco-consciousness, and a champion of women through her nonprofit, Every Mother Counts.

    —Vogue, "Exclusive: H&M Finds Inspiration at Home—And in Christy Turlington Burns—For Its 2018 Conscious Exclusive Collection,"12 Feb. 2018

  • His cut-rate flights, hotels and meals were taken in part as an exemplar to his executives, who were expected to follow suit, to regard employment by Ikea as a life’s commitment — and to write on both sides of a piece of paper.

    —robert d. mcfadden, New York Times, "Ingvar Kamprad, Founder of Ikea and Creator of a Global Empire, Dies at 91,"28 Jan. 2018

  • Lillian will also run with her mother, Paige, a fitness exemplar for her daughter who has a box full of Cowtown medals for completing the annual event’s long distances.

    —john henry, star-telegram, "Broken arm doesn’t stop 7-year-old from training for The Cowtown,"6 Feb. 2018

  • All three are exemplars of an institution that has become, by one measure, the oldest Senate ever — where eight octogenarians currently serve, nearly twice as many as ever before, according to records maintained by the Senate Historical Office.

    —paul kane, chicagotribune.com, "How the oldest Senate ever is taking a toll on the business of Washington,"16 Dec. 2017

  • The president loves to hold up Chicago as the leading exemplar of Cities Gone Wild: A war zone.

    —heidi stevens, chicagotribune.com, "Dear tourists who assume crime is Chicago’s only pastime,"12 Dec. 2017

  • To their opponents, the Podestas are quintessential swamp rats, exemplars of the permanent Washington establishment.

    —marc fisher, Washington Post, "Powerful lobbyist Tony Podesta steps down amid Mueller’s Russia probe,"30 Oct. 2017

  • The playwright Philip Dawkins pays tribute to that exemplar of social grace with this comedy-drama, directed by Will Davis and starring Sandra Caldwell as the etiquette expert, Mama.

    —alexis soloski, New York Times, "What’s New in NYC Theater,"14 Sep. 2017

  • Small businesses in general are often cited as an exemplar of economic dynamism.

    —ben casselman, New York Times, "A Start-Up Slump Is a Drag on the Economy. Big Business May Be to Blame.,"20 Sep. 2017

  • An exemplar is a person, a place, an object, or some other entity that serves as an excellent example of a given concept (e.g. "The heroine became an exemplar in courage to the children"). It may also refer to:

    Look up exemplar in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
    • Exemplar, a well-known science problem and its solution, from Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions
    • Exemplar, the first name for the ship USS Dorothea L. Dix (AP-67)
    • Exemplar, in exemplification theory, an illustrative representation of information or an event
    • Exemplar, a series of parallel-computing machines introduced in 1994 by Convex Computer
    • Exemplar (textual criticism), the text used to produce another version of the text
    • Handwriting exemplar, a writing sample that can be examined forensically
    • Exemplar theory, in psychology, a theory about how humans categorize objects and ideas
    • Exemplars (comics), a fictional group of eight humans in the Marvel Comics universe
    • Exemplars of Evil, an accessory to the 3.5 edition of Dungeons & Dragons that shows how to build memorable villains
    • The Twenty-four Filial Exemplars, a classic text of Confucian filial piety written by Guo Jujing during the Yuan dynasty

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