He ran as a moderate—a pro-choicer, for example—and governed pretty much in that mold.
For example, what is labeled as “Parmesan cheese” in the U.S. is not produced in its original heartland of Emilia Romagna.
In 2012 for example, Gates warned publicly in a speech that it would be disastrous if Israel were to unilaterally strike Iran .
Britain and the colonies, for example, only accepted it in 1752.
Consider, for example, the fiasco of the Royalty in Kind program.
He cares nothing, for example, for what we call the beauties of nature.
Man followed their example and searched until he found an empty grotto.
Simply consider, for example, those in our old singing-class.
How little has been the effect of this example on the conduct of the enemy!
For much mischief is done in this way, if only in the example set.
late 14c., partial re-Latinization of earlier essample, asaumple (mid-13c.), from Old French essemple "sample, model, example, precedent, cautionary tale," from Latin exemplum "a sample," literally "that which is taken out," from eximere "take out, remove" (see exempt (adj.)). Oldest English senses are of "behavior" and "punishment."
of Christ (1 Pet. 2:21; John 13:15); of pastors to their flocks (Phil. 3:17; 2 Thess. 3:9; 1 Tim. 4:12; 1 Pet. 5:3); of the Jews as a warning (Heb. 4:11); of the prophets as suffering affliction (James 5:10).