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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But the most dramatic case of juxtaposition defamation is Richard Otieno Kwach v Standard Limited and Another.
The similar diagram confirmed shale-sand juxtaposition for sand C and Basal sand thus making them zone ofinterest for further studies.
Mark Podwal is one of those startling soulsthey are very fewwho can imagine, through the power of a unifying eye, connections so new that they shake the brain into fresh juxtapositions of understanding.
It's this continued juxtaposition of the sublime and ridiculous which makes this show so enjoyable - unpredictable, fast-paced and ever-so-slightly too sweary, there's a bit of all of us that wants to be more like Greg Davies.
Juxtaposition art creates a new "dimension" in accessible interpretative art and storytelling experiences as the technique creates the illusion in true 2D space, without the use of holograms or special glasses.
All in all, this release continues the Juxtaposition series' strong lineup and is recommended for those interested in contemporary music.
* Juxtaposition will be staged tomorrow and Saturday, 7.30pm, at Arc, Stockton.
In another recurring theme, a whole dissertation on casting as metaphor and method emerges from juxtapositions of Marcel Broodthaers, Allan McCollum, and Rachel Whiteread.
Though the juxtaposition between the original building, an eighteenth-century former hospital, and Nouvel's more exuberant and very un-Iberian addition seems at times slightly uneasy, the new spaces will allow the museum to develop its programmes of education and research as well as improving conditions for showing its great collection of historic and contemporary Spanish art.
We were fascinated by the juxtaposition of two letters in the April issue (Compassion: key to being Canadian, Anglican, and Changed man).
One example of irony is the juxtaposition of figures associated with polar and tropical regions.
An afterword by Michael Biggins offering context on the author's life, the juxtaposition of his writing to the rise of dictatorial conquest that would erupt into World War II, and the medly of reactions to its publication, both in the author's native Slovenia and worldwide, round out this superb masterpiece.