In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Hence, the film juxtaposes real-life footage of deep sea dives with imagined special effects of what life might look like on other planets in the solar system.
- He juxtaposes each work with an analogous or contrasting story from the Bible and often relates these to modern experience, especially those of college students.
- By juxtaposing these elements, he not only achieves a variety in his compositions, but also employs means provided by a stark contrast in his experience as a tangentially urbanised painter.
- When two contrary elements are juxtaposed, the sudden surprise catches us off guard.
- I was lifting and collaging sentences and sections from all sorts of popular publications and juxtaposing them for effect.
- She divides their stories into helpfully labeled chapters that juxtapose their stories at each stage.
- By juxtaposing their class differences, Harper uses economic contrast to suggest that gender perspectives are related to class consciousness.
- The artist's choice of juxtaposing a partially blurred image with a clear one serves to vindicate her own, paint-like style.
- Other paintings in the show juxtapose cinematic effects with sections that insist upon the obdurate flatness of the picture's surface.
- Voltaire ridicules an old-school philosophical system by juxtaposing it with horrific historical reality.
- The novel juxtaposes three stories of the effects of state violence on marginalized bodies across the African diaspora.
- We produce the effect of counterpoint by juxtaposing lineal periods with grammatical periods.
- Warm melodic figures are juxtaposed with harsher percussive patterns, setting up some fascinating contrasts in sound.
- In juxtaposing a photograph with other elements, Woodman brought together different time spans, historical and spatial contexts and art forms for a totally surreal effect.
- These large contrasts are buttressed by many particulars, as Brooks carefully juxtaposes her protagonist to Eliot's.
- Some fascinating comparisons are achieved by juxtaposing the liberty and exclusivity of the traditions of the synagogue with those of the illegal trade of the mafia.
- Adie's visually-illustrated stage show charts the role women have played in conflict throughout the ages, juxtaposing their part in wartime history with the garments they wore.
- The Animal Liberation Project involves a display of panels juxtaposing graphic images of slavery and other human abuse with pictures of chained animals.
- Your onslaught ended by juxtaposing my yoga discipline with the ‘mess’ in my Scottsdale apartment.
- His whole idea of art is to juxtapose sound, musical associations and imagery together, as well as film, and collage effects.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.