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epitome

a summary of a written work; abstract
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topper Nigel Daly calls Dench "the very epitomy of British film and TV royalty."
"Superstition,'' by Stevie Wonder: Wonder's voice is always welcome, but this song is just the epitomy of cool, and there's something about it that's almost guaranteed to shake the blues away.
Stand-out dish was the panfried seabass, the epitomy of ultra tender "sh in a creamy chorizoblessed sauce.
While their land-bound relatives the tortoises are the popular epitomy of slowness, sea turtles in their marine element are almost balletic.
Churchill is the epitomy of a leader whose greatness was rooted almost entirely in the way he led in wartime.
The epitomy of French refinement, the Louis XIII Cognac is an extraordinary blend of grande Champagne eaux-de-vie, the most prestigious of the six crus classed in the region of Cognac.
The Jester from Leicester has been the epitomy of consistency this year hence his ranking and has to be the call at 11-8 to reach the semi-finals.
Bernie Madoff was an epitomy of this 'dog eat dog' world, success to be got at whatever the cost.
They complement each other exceptionally well -- the epitomy of effective team work - an attribute that is integral to Dusit corporate philosophy," said Malik.
Most of the big brands produced entirely new stand-alone scents to reinvent the brands as the epitomy of style and elegance.
"I was devastated when Davie Cooper died but Phil O'Donnell was the epitomy of what this club's all about.