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epitome

a summary of a written work; abstract
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GARETH Barry is the epitomy of what Aston Villa FC is all about.
Alan was the ball of fire, the epitomy of the footballer who would never give in.
Nowhere could be more peaceful and beautiful, the epitomy of rural England.
But for most people, Smith Eccles, often mistaken for mad-cap comedian Freddie Starr, will always be the epitomy of the portrayal in his biography, The Last Of The Cavaliers.
In his speech we saw the real man - a man who has been bullied and verbally beaten, yet who has stood proud and tall for the sake of the country he loves; a man who has been lampooned as being a bad communicator, yet is imbued with a genuine passion; a man who is the epitomy of what a true public servant should be, but above all a man whose most important job is being a dad.
FABRICE Muamba is the epitomy of the modern Premiership footballer.
Lloyd was the epitomy of an exciting boxer -- able to punch concussively with either hand, but cruelly susceptible to cuts.
Swashbuckling midfielder Robbie Savage is the epitomy of the never-say-die spirit displayed by Blues this season
Paul Bernard is the epitomy of a club which has started to rediscover itself - even in defeat.
Its ornate, warm Eastern-influenced interior is the epitomy of opluence, a truly memorable setting.
She was the epitomy of snobbery and yet she couldn't see what a figure of fun she was to others.