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Synonyms for staged

written for or performed on the stage

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deliberately arranged for effect

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For stage-II: Ultrasound correctly staged 2 out of 8 cases of stage-II (25%) and incorrectly staged 6 out of 8 cases of stage-II (75%).
Yet a comparison to Syberberg's own Parsifal--also staged with a giant head of Wagner--reveals the wit and slapstick that distinguish Meese, who parodies his precursors, as when he manically quotes Beuys: "Ja ja ja ja ja nee nee nee nee nee." The proximity to Kiefer ends with Meese's paintings, which find a closer relation in Jean-Michel Basquiat.
The staged withdrawal is not suitable where the purpose of exiting EMU is to achieve an immediate substantial change in the Dutch price level relative to that in the euro area (as would be the case if the aim were to escape a deflationary depression).
The process of adapting tragedies so that they could be staged successfully was slow.
For centuries schools staged dramas as a part of their educational jobs.
Embryos were staged according to the normal table of Nieuwkoop and Faber (1967).