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Use "embodied" in a sentence
"Drawing on a number of empirical research programs, Shapiro cites examples that appear to support what he calls the embodied mind thesis, viz., that “minds profoundly reflect the bodies in which they are contained” (Shapiro 2004, p. 167)."
"Turner thinks there is, and the key is what he calls embodied physiology."
"In the past, Palin embodied the populist style of the Tea Party movement while espousing a fairly mainstream Republican ideology."