True, it exemplified a two-tiered approach, but we always had some place to send people, and people always had some place to go.
This is exemplified by the recent election in Italy, which has seemingly left the government in disarray.
One of the most consequential is exemplified by the rags-to-riches story of Oprah Winfrey.
For a short period in early colonial Virginia, it was possible to flourish as an African, as exemplified by Anthony Johnson.
This paradigm of leadership we are putting forward is exemplified by women but not exclusive to women.
With an exemplified outline of the classification of sentences and clauses, and a table of diacritical marks and questions.
And I may say, too, that they are most hospitable to the traveler, as our own experience with them exemplified.
This is not only theoretically true, but the theory is exemplified in the pay roll.
Has not the exercise of it been exemplified in the inquisition?
His delight in landscape gardening is exemplified in the neighbouring estate of the Leasowes, which was his property.
early 15c., "to illustrate by examples, to instruct by (good) example," from Medieval Latin exemplificare "to illustrate," from Latin exemplum (see example). Meaning "to serve as an example" is recorded from 1793. Related: Exemplified; exemplifies; exemplifying.