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Related to conventionalization: dropping by, sought out


tr.v. con·ven·tion·al·ized, con·ven·tion·al·iz·ing, con·ven·tion·al·iz·es
To make conventional.

con·ven′tion·al·i·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Noun1.conventionalization - the act of conventionalizing; conforming to a conventional style
stylisation, stylization - the act of stylizing; causing to conform to a particular style
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In fact, the gradual conventionalization of the stanzaic structure can be observed even within Pushkin's Eugene Onegin itself.
The short-range changes that rippled out from the fourth-century adherence of Emperor Constantine I to Christianity are documentable: more rapid numerical growth, preoccupation with doctrinally sound Christian speech, conventionalization of the Christians' lifestyle, a loss of focus on the teachings and way of Jesus, and eventually, inducement and compulsion.
ulndeed, it seems that the conventionalization of once-critical modes of depletion, distantia tion, and desubjectivization has produced, as its flip side, a reactionary demand for ciphers of authenticity such as the paradoxical figure of the "outsider artist.
What modifications might we need to make to our ideas about the development and conventionalization of the norms and forms of the novel and World Literature when we consider the many ways they are regulated under IP law?
Founding members say OFARM was formed to prevent conventionalization of organics and the falling prices and loss of control that typically occur when multinationals enter a new market segment.
Another possibly contentious issue for post-START negotiators was the conventionalization of nuclear-capable launchers.
The first development can be related to the progressive conventionalization of the AMC construction and consists in the shortening of the construction.
analysts point out, there are special implications for the conventionalization of ballistic missiles in blurring the lines between conventional and nuclear attacks.
42-3) [Further, technical conventionalization, that settles in with the degeneration of survival skills and the disappearance of traditional trades, leads to a technical inertia such that the Martinican convinces himself that he has nothing to invent in his country and, besides, he would not be capable of it.
Nominalization also seems difficult to use as a reliable way of testing for unaccusativity because it involves too many diverse layers of linguistic organization, including historical factors and conventionalization, to be uniquely explained by the syntactic structure of the predicate nouns are derived from.
As they rightly point out, "to observe this is not to trivialise the experience of any of these matters (whether associated with celebrities or not) but only to point out their increasing conventionalization within celebrity discourse" (Ibid).
However, this enlargement can be easily reversed with monoassociation with Peptostreptococcus micros or conventionalization with flora from normal mice (16).