Juxtaposition

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Juxtaposition

The state or position of being placed close together or side by side, so as to allow comparison or to create contrast.
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Project Juxtapose (JXTA), led by Sun's Bill Joy, is one of many research/labs projects across Sun.
Our future plans include aggressive expansion of Juxtapose as well as continued growth of the Millers Outpost and Levi's/Dockers outlet businesses," said Brenninkmeyer.
Paul Chan juxtaposes a passage from Theodor Adorno with one from Kathy Acker that could be an epigraph to the show as a whole: "In such a world which was nonreality terrorism made a lot of sense.
Developer Sherwood Equities has created a dramatic fourth floor roof deck terrace that juxtaposes the glitz and glamour of Times Square with the qualities of a suburban oasis for the exclusive use of 1600 Broadway on the Square residents and their guests.
Written with the ambitiousness of Homer and reminiscent of the way Gwendolyn Brooks juxtaposes contextual realities to societal norms, Derek Walcott's epic The Prodigal: A Poem is an engaging intellectual voyage written in three parts and 18 cantos, presenting imagery-driven landscapes from America to Europe to the Caribbean.
95) juxtaposes lodging and dining tips with hiking and outdoors suggestions, focusing on special attractions unique to Maine, such as a good value fish restaurant located off the beaten path, or special boat tours available in certain areas.
Spark juxtaposes the different narrative voices, times and incidents to create simultaneity of perception of different aspects in the novel.