object lesson in English

a striking practical example of some principle or ideal.
they responded to emergencies in a way that was an object lesson to us all

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1. To provide an object lesson to men and angels.

2. A bottle-gourd as an object lesson (6-10)

3. Its history is an object lesson in natural selection.

4. The way ants work is an object lesson in order and organization.

5. And the ride is an object lesson in suppleness and elimination of vibration.

6. To explain death and resurrection, consider this object lesson: Put your hand in a glove.

7. It was an object lesson in how to use television as a means of persuasion.

8. The parched remnants were, for Roosevelt, a stark object lesson in the need for animal protection.

9. (Jeremiah 7:18, 31) Why did Jeremiah choose the stork as an object lesson for the unfaithful Jews?

10. In basic terms, this was an object lesson in the adroit use of sanction and symbol in lowlevel realpolitik.

11. Identify the doctrine (seeing and discussing an object lesson): Show the children a container of many different colors of crayons.

12. Baptism is merely an "object lesson" of how our sins were washed away by the blood of Jesus Christ (1 Peter 1:18-19)

13. By inspiring Habakkuk to write down his concerns, Jehovah provided us with an important object lesson: We must not be afraid to tell Him about our concerns or doubts.

14. Encourage understanding (seeing and discussing an object lesson): Show the children a stick that has the word choice written on one end and the word consequences written on the other end.

15. In other words, although elements of Balthazar's speech can be decoded as (Atheistically) existentialist in nature, it also includes a restatement of Christ's divinity, man's position as being made in the image of God, God's call that man should resemble him and the fact that Christ has come to redeem us, although it appears to narrow his death to an object lesson in knowing how to cope with suffering.