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imagery

1. figurative or descriptive language in a literary work
2. Psychol
a. the materials or general processes of the imagination
b. the characteristic kind of mental images formed by a particular individual

imagery

[′im·ij·rē]
(psychology)
Mental images that are collectively recalled.

imagery

The representation of objects reproduced by optical, IR (infrared), or electronic means on film, electronic display devices, or other media.
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"It may well be strong on evocative imagery and a vibrant sense of danger and moodiness but Ryan Gosling's much-hyped directorial debut turns out to be an over-cooked affair that lacks a much needed wit and humour to go alongside its self-aware art intentions," added Mark Adams of (http://m.screendaily.com/5072235.article) Screen Daily
Under Milk Wood is the first collaboration between BBC Cymru Wales and the National Theatre of Wales and woven into the dialogue will be evocative imagery created in Laugharne as part of NTW's live performance, Raw Material: Llareggub Revisited, which will take place during the May Bank Holiday weekend.
Romer's skill as a wordsmith able to create evocative imagery that enthralls and shocks is undeniable.
The meat department -- with a butcher shop, service counter and smokehouse -- draws on the evocative imagery of an old-fashioned butcher's counter.
Illustrated with evocative imagery of the river, Tyne is accompanied by live songs and music inspired by the river compiled by the show's musical director, Kathryn Tickell.
The cover sparkles and glitters with evocative imagery of an exotic and mysterious bracelet that holds secrets.
Since her breakthrough album My Remembrance Of You in 2006, singer-songwriter Jones has earned respect in Americana folk circles for simple, soulful and evocative imagery. Perhaps as a token rebuttal of her "serious" image, Jones makes a stab at optimism with Little Lamb, but as it drips with religious allegory it is touching, yet still heavy going.
On last year's album Cheer Me, Perverts!, Vermeersch revels in tune-titles that combine evocative imagery with poetic expression, none more so than his Vole Sperm Reverie.
Although Christian and Jewish exegetes insisted on attributing allegorical meaning to the rich evocative imagery, a "plain reading" of the Hebrew text unencumbered by the layers of interpretation exposes the world-embracing, compassionate engine of metaphor that forms the medium of the Shulamith's instructions to her lover.
Although there is the wonder over Hunt's skillful manipulations of gorgeously antic sentence structures (single sentences at times entire chapters), ache and suffering sustain this narrative, a wounding that moves us beyond Hunt's evocative imagery and voluptuous prose and reminds us that the grief of a parent is a special calamity that shivers, that wounds, that resists the fetching simplistics of closure.
It can be difficult, however, to secure buy-in from executives and decision makers who may not understand the importance of evocative imagery. The return on investment from custom photography, therefore, must be clear.
But for all its wrenching emotions, evocative imagery and inevitable tearjerker ending, I was decidedly unmoved.