hyphenization

hyphenization

(ˌhaɪfənaɪˈzeɪʃəŋ) or

hyphenisation

n
the act or use of hyphenation
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But such rabbinicizing and "positivistic" notions regarding the alleged normative nature of pharisaic-rabbinic Judaism (a questionable hyphenization for some today) have in our times become too easy a prey for third-millennium scholars, accustomed to reading the rabbinic literature with greater historical-critical acuimen.
hybrid hyphenization, which emphasizes "the incommensurable
Let us seek to eliminate the hyphenization of artists ("playwright/director," "actor/director," "choreographer/director") and instead actively foster the integration of these disciplines.
In effect, Du Bois had invented the idea of racial and ethnic hyphenization.