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\im-ˈbä-di-məntFunction: noun
Etymology: - (embody) c.1652, in ref. to a soul or spirit invested with a physical form; of principles, ideas, etc., from 1663; from en- "in" + body.[1]

1 The act of finding bodily place, personal experience, digital-ground, meaning in a digital experiences & pervasive-computing systems.
2 a. One that embodies something <the embodiment of all our hopes> b : the act of embodying : the state of being embodied. embody 1: to give a body to (a spirit) : incarnate2 a: to deprive of spirituality b: to make concrete and perceptible3: to cause to become a body or part of a body : incorporate.[3]

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