Exemplar

• (n.) A copy of a book or writing. • (a.) Exemplary. • (n.) A model, original, or pattern, to be copied or imitated; a specimen; sometimes; an ideal model or type, as that which an artist conceives.
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Exemplar

(Latin) a model; a book to copy.
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exemplar

example 1 model 1 good example noun something to be imitated; `an exemplar of success`; `a model of clarity`; `he is the very model of a modern major general`
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Exemplar

[Kuhn] Exemplar, in the sense developed by philosopher of science Thomas Kuhn, is a well-known usage of a scientific theory. According to Kuhn, scientific practice alternates between periods of normal science and extraordinary/revolutionary science. During periods of normalcy, scientists tend to subscribe to a large body of interconnecting ...
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Exemplar

[textual criticism] In textual criticism, an exemplar is the text used to produce another text. In the study of the history of a text an especially important exemplar is that which precedes any split in the tradition of that text, that is, before significant textual variations occur in different versions--such an exemplar is called an arche...
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Exemplar

Ex·em'plar adjective Exemplary. [ Obsolete] « The exemplar piety of the father of a family.» Jer. Taylor.
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Exemplar

Ex·em'plar noun [ Latin exemplar , exemplum : confer French exemplaire . See Example , and confer Examper , Sampler .] 1. A model, original, or pattern, to be copied or imitated; a specimen; sometimes; an ideal model or type, as that which an artist ...
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exemplar

Latin, meaning: model, pattern, original, prototype, book to copy.
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exemplar

model, pattern, original, prototype, book to copy.
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exemplar

something to be imitated
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exemplar

[n] - something to be imitated
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