Synonym: apposition, collocation. Similar words: juxtapose, position, opposition, supposition, composition, positioning, proposition, predisposition. Meaning: [‚dʒʌkstəpə'zɪʃn] n. 1. the act of positioning close together (or side by side) 2. a side-by-side position.
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1. This juxtaposition of brutal reality and lyrical beauty runs through Park's stories.
2. Organisations involve the juxtaposition of co-operative and competitive processes.
3. The juxtaposition of their love-making against Bishop Casey performing his sacred duties will do more than shock.
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4. The same uneasy juxtaposition of man and technology is evident if you take the lift in a department store.
5. The traditional museum disciplines of juxtaposition, analysis and interpretation were reduced to the minimum; experience was paramount.
6. The metaphoric juxtaposition of incongruous thematic material is motivated by the exigencies of the main character's job as a simultaneous interpreter.
7. Or they might discuss the juxtaposition of certain symbols, or certain strong visual images.
8. Training methods involve repeating these combinations until the juxtaposition of foot, hip and shoulder becomes automatic.
9. The literal and metaphorical juxtaposition of drama and game is what I want to explore here.
10. But the juxtaposition of the two buildings speaks volumes about the rapid disappearance of regional, vernacular, even weirdo architecture.
11. However, some people crave just this sort of juxtaposition.
12. The juxtaposition of the colors shows their differences.
13. The juxtaposition of these two remarks was startling.
14. One never fully accepts the juxtaposition of the Hemingway - person in his writing with the simple man.
15. The wrenching juxtaposition of warm air and cool water shocked me most.
16. It is the result of the juxtaposition of contrasting colors.
17. We use juxtaposition to denote conjunction, AB means both A and B.
18. The juxtaposition was not American - Europe, but " my ideal homeworld of Poetry, and outer, tangible Prose world ".
19. The juxtaposition of these images shows not just Cartier - Bresson's range also his gift for group portraits.
20. Dalhway. Juxtaposition , doubling, and cohesion are the outstanding techniques used in Mrs. Dalloway.
21. Bancroft's enigmatic compositions largely eschew tradition and draw their structures and spectacular effectiveness from juxtaposition of thematic material and instrumental sonorities.
22. Indeed, Burton-Roberts suggests that loose apposition extends to the juxtaposition of sentences.
23. How significant is the development of fairness, whether it be seen as synonymous with natural justice or in juxtaposition thereto?
24. The trenchant symbolism of his pictures is essentially alien to the Dada conception of randomness and fortuitous juxtaposition.
25. Surrealist photography indeed developed techniques that self-consciously played upon this juxtaposition of the real as signifier and the signifier as real.
26. The spatiality of this kind of novels is a meaning network via juxtaposition and simultaneity.
27. The establishment of extremely dangerous large technologies, ..., thus brought the possibility of large-scale disasters to human populations into juxtaposition with the unavoidability of error.
28. Babies'bootees and cheap cigarette lighters were displayed in unlikely juxtaposition.
29. The tectonic earthquake faulting tsunami relation is not causality, but juxtaposition.
30. News accounts throughout the world have zeroed in on the striking juxtaposition of the Downtown Eastside with the Winter Games.
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