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styl·ize

 (stī′līz′)
tr.v. styl·ized, styl·iz·ing, styl·iz·es
To represent in or make conform to a particular style, especially when highly conventionalized or saliently artistic rather than naturalistic.

styl′i·za′tion (stī′lĭ-zā′shən) n.
styl′iz′er n.
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Noun1.stylization - the act of stylizing; causing to conform to a particular style
normalisation, normalization, standardisation, standardization - the imposition of standards or regulations; "a committee was appointed to recommend terminological standardization"
conventionalisation, conventionalization - the act of conventionalizing; conforming to a conventional style
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Astutely combining an unfettered passion of classic rock with an eclectic songwriting aesthetic that honors the styles of bands like The Strokes, Coldplay, Foster the People and Arcade Fire, Foxtrax are embracing the modern stylization of now, while respecting musical foundations of the past.
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By utilizing Bakhtin's notions of genre, stylization, hidden anti-stylization, or internal polemic, and hybridization, I will try to demonstrate some of the prominent inscriptions as well as revisionary or subversive transformations of sensibility in Smith's poetry, which also inevitably result in retrospective revisions in the sublime as developed by the male Romantics.
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