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.
For many observers, the July 18 Joint Statement struck a serious blow to the "hyphenization" of U.S.
Abraham introduce un interesantisimo matiz etnologico en relacion con la famosa practica de "hyphenization" que reune los origenes mixtos de varios ciudadanos estadounidenses, como es el caso del termino Mexican-American.
In effect, Du Bois had invented the idea of racial and ethnic hyphenization.