tr.v. pic·to·ri·al·ized, pic·to·ri·al·iz·ing, pic·to·ri·al·iz·es
To show in pictures; illustrate.

pic·to′ri·al·i·za′tion (-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.


(pɪkˈtɔːrɪəˌlaɪz) or


vb (tr)
to show or illustrate by using pictures
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Hill theorizes that the fulcrum connecting Hurston's talents is her language as performance technique, or her ability to dramatize, pictorialize, and ritualize language.
These problems have led some researchers to adapt the measurement tools to simplify and pictorialize response options (Heal & Sigelman, 1990; Newton, Horner, & Lund, 1991).
It's not a far leap from weaving patterns to proto-computer programming--the under/over schemas of carpet making becoming the Turing machine's on/off zeros and ones, which themselves can be traced to the mechanization of weaving, most famously by the Jacquard loom--making Ahmed's insistence on the handmade, on the analog process of shuttling strands of wool through a strung loom to pictorialize the digital glitch, all the more poignant.
Or, to use more contemporary discourse, does the project articulate territory as a constellation of nodes that pictorialize agglomerated individualities and desires?
An orange gel on the glass served to pictorialize and distance the scene beyond.
14) In his Minimalism (if that is still the right word), to literalize is also to pictorialize, even to opticalize: Illusion is not negated so much as extruded into space.
But the Boyles' urge to pictorialize led to "interesting" compositions surprisingly amenable to formalist judgments of taste.
But it remains to be seen whether this drive to pictorialize the political will accomplish a convincing integration of content and form.
This discursive antimetabole in the Belgian historian of science's discourse--dream-in-book and book-in-dream--Hallyn pictorializes as a series of concentric rectangles (262) that I can reschematize in the manner of the little table already supplied: