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Synonyms for diorama

a picture (or series of pictures) representing a continuous scene

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Such a speechless dioramic effect suggested that even the boldest of melodramatic fictions ultimately could not articulate homosexual desire in specific terms and thus was required to abandon, in its resolution in m ute tableau, the social problem it had so daringly introduced.
Dedicated to those who sacrificed their today for a better tomorrow, the museum depicts history, struggle for freedom, emergence and development of Pakistan through dioramic displays.
The dioramic space behind him, a fiery purgatory, suggests that it is just after.
She also took interest in the Hall of Sufis and Shrines wherein the services of the Sufis and scholars have been creatively explained through a dioramic form showing Sufi message of peace and harmony to the mankind.
At first glance, the structure had a quaint dioramic quality, like a life-size colonial dollhouse for a make-believe attache, an impression that was only enhanced by the leafy bamboo plants that surrounded it.
In Reeder's installation, the video monitor sits like a drive-in movie screen in a little dioramic landscape including miniature conifers and cars, a parking lot, and tiny figures, in front of a wall painted sky blue.
The leading cultural institution took over the control of Monument Museum soon after the devolution of Culture ministry as it conceptualized, designed and created the museum which depicts history, struggle for freedom, emergence and development of Pakistan through 3-dimensional dioramic displays.
The UNESCO Director and other delegates also took keen interest in the Hall of Sufis and Shrines wherein services of Sufis and scholars have been creatively explained through a dioramic form showing their message of peace and harmony to the mankind.