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In the modern world where style, however suspect, is valued over substance by so many easily conned observers, Lambert is the epitomy of the understated.
Set on the eve of the Nazi takeover it presented the cabaret as the epitomy of the degenerated Weimar Germany.
THE international high profile and wealth enjoyed by Lennox Lewis is the epitomy of what can be achieved as the world heavyweight boxing champion.
From its superb cover through 143 four-color pages, it is the epitomy of a learning manual on newsletter design.
Like Keaton, the clean-cut, teenage epitomy of a Type A personality played by Michael J.
HOVIS, described as "the epitomy of rural England," is going continental, not only overseas but in new products -- a pizza base is its latest move.
With over 90 films to her credit, she is the epitomy of a living film legend.
Stoke, the epitomy of inconsistency this season, have Steven Nzonzi and Victor Moses back, but Erik Pieters is doubtful.
The court heard Hudson is educated and got involved to settle debts and Carey is "the epitomy of remorse".
Epitomy of old LIVERPOOLfashioned resolve at back Sakho 6 Helps when playing with Skrtel.
Stewart - who lived in Bath Street and moved away from Huddersfield when he went to college aged around 20 - said: "He was the epitomy of the sergeant major, but not in a barking way.
It was a civilised sport - the epitomy of fair play and all that was right with the world - any hint of unfairness "was just not cricket, old boy".