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  1. May 25,  · A sign on the effigy said, “sic semper tyrannis,” which translates to “thus always to tyrants,” a phrase famously used by John Wilkes Booth after shooting President Abraham Lincoln. Both Republican Author: Elizabeth Rosner.
  2. Define in effigy. in effigy synonyms, in effigy pronunciation, in effigy translation, English dictionary definition of in effigy. n. pl. ef·fi·gies 1. A crude figure or dummy representing a hated person or group. 2. A likeness or image, especially of a person. Idiom: in effigy.
  3. May 25,  · After a failed attempt to hand-deliver a letter calling for the governor’s resignation, an effigy of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear was hung from a tree outside the capitol, with a sign which read “sic semper tyrannis,” or “ever thus to tyrants” was draped around its neck.
  4. Jul 08,  · One of the most publicized events at a Capitol protest was the hanging of Beshear in effigy as several armed protesters gathered on .
  5. Effigy is an alchemist who has been trying to build a Tower of Life for years, but the builders they hired, led by Bonafido, have gone on strike. During the quest Tower of Life, a passing adventurer made the final constructions to the tower, much to the delight of Effigy and his fellow alchemists Currency and Transmute.
  6. effigy definition: 1. a model or other object that represents someone, especially one of a hated person that is hanged. Learn more.
  7. May 25,  · The effigy bore a sign that read “sic semper tyrannis,” which means “thus always to tyrants.” After hanging for a short time while people snapped photos, it was cut to the ground.
  8. May 24,  · The effigy bore a sign that read, “sic semper tyrannis,” which means “thus always to tyrants.” After hanging for a short time while people snapped photos, it was cut to the ground. The effigy was.

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