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generally approved or agreed upon

conforming to established practice or standards

fond of or given to ceremony

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following accepted customs and proprieties

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conforming with accepted standards

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(weapons) using energy for propulsion or destruction that is not nuclear energy

unimaginative and conformist

represented in simplified or symbolic form

in accord with or being a tradition or practice accepted from the past

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rigidly formal or bound by convention

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Technology and deterrence in the new world order, conventionalizing US and Russian strategic nuclear forces, and nuclear proliferation and causal explanation are among his perspectives.
It is here that Bakhtin's notion of carnival realizes its truly conventionalizing force within the panopticon of adult culture.
But in general E1's compositors continued the process of conventionalizing the text.
It situates organicism in a theoretical 'project' characterized by Goethe's vital insight, and it projects this project forward (for example, annexing Schlegel's reflections on the autonomy of the organism) at the same time relegating Vitruvian stylization and the Picturesque, noting the latter's dedication not to an identification of architecture and nature but to the conventionalizing of nature.
The Egoists' idealization of the individual and attendant distrust of external constraints led them to advocate a radical form of "Anarchistic" politics that opposed all conventionalizing collectives--especially the liberal state and its various institutions--in favor of a utopian social organization based on the independent coexistence of egoistic individuals.