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placed side by side often for comparison

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"This is an extremely valuable site which generated a great deal of interest," said Ezratty, "because of its central location in Chelsea, juxtaposed between new luxury residential high-rises and established retailers that line Sixth and Seventh Avenues, and because of the current unprecedented demand for development sites in Manhattan."
Narrative voices, time and incidents are juxtaposed by Spark to create simultaneity of perception of different fragmentary episodes in the novel.
Each book in this set holds 32 pages including an index, glossary and bibliography, and each provides enough introductory facts juxtaposed with bright color photos to enable students to produce reports.
In one recent project, they did a close "reading" of a piece of artwork and juxtaposed it with primary sources that reflected multiple perspectives from the Westward Expansion period.
Cuneo's "Images of Warfare as Political Legitimization: Jorg Breu The Elder's Rondels for Maximilian I's Hunting Lodge at Lermos" are made somewhat problematic, not by their scholarship of the subjects, which is masterful, but by the picaresque history of Maximilian, whose life, when juxtaposed with his efforts at self-glorification and legitimization, creates an almost "opera bouffe" satire.
Little known, certainly to western readers, the subject of Japanese flight gear is of interest, especially when juxtaposed with Osprey's recent volume on U.S.
These cells are arranged in a loosely storiform (cartwheel) growth pattern and juxtaposed next to hypocellular myxoid areas (figure 1) with extravasated erythrocytes (figure 2, A) and lymphocytes.
Moody's critical look at skin bias in the lesbian community in "For Colored Girls Who Have Resisted Homogenization When The Rainbow Ain't Enough," juxtaposed with the potent views of journalist-essayist Shawn E.
The anthology is most successful when chapters on similar themes are juxtaposed, as is the case with chapters on art history, city planning, and consumerism.
Morrison's sympathy for dark-skinned Pecola is thus juxtaposed against her undergraduate predilection for "pretty-girl" popularity, with Duvall commenting that he is not criticizing her, "since people during their young adulthood often participate in activities that they later find suspect." The tone of schoolmasterish forgiving in this sentence recurs (we hear often, in a raised-eyebrows sort of way, of Morrison's having been a beauty queen), and it makes me wonder two things: At this level of sleuthing, who'd escape whipping?
While the documentary makes no mention of Dietrich's lesbian loves, it suggests that one thing the Nazis couldn't stomach was her on-screen crossing of sexual boundaries: The famous scene in Morocco (a film banned in Germany)in which a tuxedoed Dietrich kisses a lovely woman on the lips is juxtaposed with a quote from the German press saying, "The film offends the moral and academic ideals of the Reich."
Judge Baer concluded "Clearly, in some of the institutions the plumbing is deplorable, but one must keep in mind that we are dealing with prisons juxtaposed with the tests set out in the applicable caselaw." The court found that the mere presence of vermin in the jails did not rise to the level of a violation of pretrial detainees' due process rights.
Jenkins's choreography juxtaposed quiet, pensive solo moments with bold and powerful group unisons as Nicholas Cavallaro's lighting design shifted from harsh shadows to bright light.
at least one filling of an edible food juxtaposed to said contact surface;
A first fold is juxtaposed at the first thigh panel distal edge.