ddwyfoliad, dwyfoliad, nwyfoliad
Noun(1) model of excellence or perfection of a kind; one having no equal(2) the elevation of a person (as to the status of a god
(1) The real issue underlying, however, is the apotheosis of subjective freedom which both sides in the argument assume - for even the return to a natural ethic of family life must be a matter of individual ├ö├ç├┐choice├ö├ç├û.(2) The ordinariness of their lives interested me most of all, as if in the quotidian of genius my own humdrum days might find their apotheosis .(3) his appearance as Hamlet was the apotheosis of his career(4) I have long sung his praises but his work on this play, a work he admits in a programme note is close to his heart, must rank as the apotheosis of his career so far, though I have to say I tremble as to what he will present us with next year.(5) Finally, the urge to challenge any and all boundaries, no matter how unchangeable, finds its apotheosis in the repeated scenes of cast members hurtling themselves headlong into walls.(6) death spared Pompey the task of having to account for the apotheosis of Caesar(7) It's the apotheosis of the junk-yard-thrown-at-the-wall, but there aren't any pitchforks or old license plates; nothing but painted tin signs and restored neon.(8) ├ö├ç├┐It was certainly the most satisfying moment of my life,├ö├ç├û he said later, the apotheosis of a career which had many highs and indelible lows.(9) This is the supreme apotheosis of the oxymoron.(10) For many, this record is the apotheosis of musical genius.(11) Theories of its origin aside though, it should be noted that few modern scholars treat this account of his apotheosis seriously.(12) The ideology of the social reaches its apotheosis in the postmodern valorization of ├ö├ç├┐Identity,├ö├ç├û and this paper seeks to show how the gated community is a concrete manifestation of this process.(13) The apotheosis is not only musicians who can't play music, but singers who cannot sing - but I won't get into that.(14) Beginning with the presidential campaign of 1864 and ending with his shocking assassination, Lincoln's ability to master the daunting affairs of state during the final nine months of his life proved critical to his apotheosis as savior and saint of the nation.(15) Was its brief stretch in the spotlight - two years from surfacing in Seattle to its apotheosis at Genoa - simply a passing fad, and its youthful, mainly middle-class army of protesters yesterday's children?(16) I don't believe, I never did actually, in the great apotheosis where everything collapses in one night you know, as the French says, ├ö├ç├┐Le Grand Soir,├ö├ç├û the great evening.
(1) apotheosis :: apotheosis
1. exaltation ::
2. deification ::
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