Gifts that epitomize the religious beliefs of the family are often given at baptisms.
Most stagings of Sleeping Beauty continue to employ these costumes, which have come to epitomize the look of classical ballet.
Board shorts and rash guards epitomize the surfer look, but even if you don't plan on catching a wave, you can still sport these cover ups over your swimsuit.
To really epitomize a movie star, you've got to focus on the accessories.
With this focus on renewal, Joanna appropriately chose the cherry blossom to epitomize her new business and its philosophy.
Hello Kitty belly rings epitomize this trend toward market focus on non-traditional age groups.
The memorials which crowd the picturesque church and churchyard of St Luke near the river, commonly known as the Old Church, to a great extent epitomize the history of Chelsea.
From one Seasonal Mince Pie & Wine event to the most recent auction might well epitomize our opening line.
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