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Example sentences for personification

We take breathing as a right, and countless millions of people look to athletes as the personification of human fitness.
Giving a wild animal in a story a human name is an example of personification.
Boone is worthy of historical attention as a personification of the westward movement.
Loki is the personification of sin.
But the personification of a period of time is too abstract an idea to be primitive.
This area is the symbolic personification of the world.
Centralisation, personification and idealisation of power drive Russia's political culture.
You may consider him to be the personification of political ambition.
Welcome to “recession chic” and its personification, the “recessionista,” the new name for the style maven on a budget.
Greek mythology, personification of the human soul.
But Tripitaka himself began as a historical person, not a personification.
It is a mistake to suppose that he could ever have been intended for the popular personification of evil.
Whatever her story, she is the protagonist, the secret self's personification.
Everybody has a problem avoiding personification of the inorganic.
Identify examples of personification in both informational texts.
Lighthouse literature offers opportunities to teach literary terms, especially personification, metaphor and simile.
Stress the use of factual material as well as the personification aspects of the essay.

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