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incarnate

(esp of plant parts) flesh-coloured or pink
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The pas de deux as incarnated by the tango is central to Peter Martins' much improved version of Todo Buenos Aires, to music by Astor Piazzolla.
Going Deeper: How ToMake Sense Of Your Life When Your Life Makes No Sense by entrepreneur and metaphysical free spirit Jean-Claude Koven is a transcendent work of promise and encouragement, written especially for those the author terms "Wanderers"--advanced souls who came to Earth from a distant dimension, currently incarnated on planet Earth to aid in its dimensional shift.
You could say he combined the methods of Stanislavsky and Brecht in that he incarnated his characters and commented on them at the same time.
The reigning view of man is inadequate because it is reductionist, seeing him as a thinking body, rather than as an incarnated spirit.
And in later days and years, think of the master workmen of the world: Remember Browning's question, "What porridge had John Keats?" Cervantes discovered and incarnated the soul of Spain forever in Don Quixote, but he lived and died a poor maimed soldier, a poet ignored or ridiculed by the fashionable of the day.
As confused, angry self--destructive teens, Brigitte and Ginger (vividly incarnated by Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle), join a long line of fictional misfits extending back to Holden Caulfield and the protagonists of Rebel without a Cause.