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conventional

1. Law based upon the agreement or consent of parties
2. Arts represented in a simplified or generalized way; conventionalized
3. Bridge another word for convention
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In a stylistic study, the novel metaphors seemed more crucial to study than the conventionalized ones, and therefore, the next step was:
In each of these subsections, Alber pairs a postmodern literary space with its conventionalized equivalent.
The exact combination of base class, word formation function, and affix is a conventionalized property of the schema, supported by the derivatives it generalizes over.
Because the epithelial layer is located close to the immune cells, which react to challenges from the external environment, my colleagues and I have attempted to answer these questions by examining the biochemical differences between the intestinal epithelial cells of GF and conventionalized (Cvd) mice associated with fecal microbes derived from CV mice.
According to Culpeper, the introduction of sociopragmatic approaches to the study of historical corpora would help to shed light on the ways in which more general, conventionalized linguistic norms could be re-negotiated and transformed by individual speakers who sought to achieve specific communication goals.
In elaborating a long list of social follies carried out in the name of "newness," Prest in this poem appropriates the fashionable topic of "the march of intellect" as a mechanism for gathering his targets under the conventionalized rueful refrain of "oh dear
In 1931 (the year of the dog experiment) Lister-Turner co-authored a dictionary of Motu in which Lawes's translation and definition of vata (now conventionalized as 'vada') was reproduced with an addition, thus: 'ghost; unknown spirit supposed to have the power of killing whom he will; human prowlers at night to kill whom they find' (Lister-Turner and Clark 1954:123).
In crude summary, the suggestion is that these ballads open up a world of female and male characters that do not have to be conceived simply through conventionalized, binary oppositions.
Animal communication does not consist in the organization of arbitrary sounds into discrete, conventionalized words and morphemes that can in turn be combined to create complex, propositional meaning; only human language can do this.
Among those of us parasitically ensconced in the cultural wing of contemporaneity, rehearsing cultural responses to an economic matrix long ago displaced, one possible way out of the stagnation symptomatized by the rhetorical staging of "the crisis" might be to reject its already conventionalized rhetoric in order to embrace the factual kernel informing it.
This example demonstrates how the topics follow a conventionalized format, and although "law" and "instruction" are not Aristotelian terms--the bolded