juxtaposed


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jux·ta·pose

 (jŭk′stə-pōz′)
tr.v. jux·ta·posed, jux·ta·pos·ing, jux·ta·pos·es
To place side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.

[French juxtaposer : Latin iūxtā, close by; see yeug- in Indo-European roots + French poser, to place (from Old French; see pose1).]
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Adj.1.juxtaposed - placed side by side often for comparison; "juxtaposed pictures"
close - at or within a short distance in space or time or having elements near each other; "close to noon"; "how close are we to town?"; "a close formation of ships"
References in classic literature ?
When they were together the Jacobean and the Victorian ages were juxtaposed.
The allowed application covers an autonomous vibration-driven device for motion relative to a juxtaposed surface, such as an inner wall of a lumen.
To prepare the photos to be juxtaposed, the two images are brought into Photoshop, where the newer image is set on top of the older image.
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The description of life in the village in Africa, juxtaposed with Rachel's transplantation to an estate in England and her subsequent experiences at boarding school and medical school, is done vividly.
Here are funny stories juxtaposed with hard science, novellas that have previously been available only to members of the Science Fiction Book Club, and ten Hugo nominees.
Images range from wildflowers to the Leaning Tower of Pisa juxtaposed against an aerial view of flying to Pisa, to Luxembourg's American Military Cemetery, and much more.
Indeed, abstract, black-and- white portraits of the human face are juxtaposed with lines of poetry throughout Less, providing readers with a kind of counterpoint of images both surreal and lyrical.
Religion is not equally juxtaposed with science, i.e.
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Helene Binet's moodily atmospheric photographs of the monument are juxtaposed with more informal studies of visitors moving through and engaging with the rippling field of stelae by Lukas Wassmann.
Fosso's patterned backdrops and incongruously juxtaposed props play on traditional West African studio photography, but his campy, ominous self-portrait here suggests a complicity that is by implication universal.