an exemplary punishment
vindictive [exemplary] damages
exemplary sentencing may discourage the ultra-violent minority.
the Court of Appeal struck out the claim for exemplary damages.
" Another exemplary simplifier is Procter and Gamble, which also kills off brands year after year.
In certain exemplary embodiments, a closure member might be provided along with a securement mechanism and an opening mechanism.
"At least, they shall say of me," thought this exemplary man, "that I leave no public duty unperformed, nor ill performed!"
Is it not chiefly because they upheld the principle of serving the people, established exemplary relations with the people through sacrificing their own interests, crated inside the armed forces a comradeship that brought the initiative of junior officers and the rank and file into full play, relied on the masses, analyzed the experience of each battle, and from battle to battle made continuous progress, both strategic and tactical?