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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of dramatize.

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Examples

  • Gnomes, but "Passage to Moauv," the first entry in the mid-seventies Peter Pan comic and record series for kids, which present new adventures of Kirk and Krew in short dramatized radio plays on 7-inch records, accompanied by read-along comic books.

    Bully Says: Comics Oughta Be Fun!

  • The 'Dame Blanche' might be considered as the artistic continuation of the chanson, in the same sense as Weber's 'Der Freischtitz' has been called a dramatized Volkslied.

    The Great Italian and French Composers

  • Their advertising may be over-dramatized, which is not something unexpected, but the network itself is owned by AT&T.

    TechSpot

  • Coffee was first "dramatized", so to speak, in England, where we read that Charles II and the Duke of Yorke attended the first performance of

    All About Coffee

  • The Clinton gang, blinkered by their pragmatist outlook and policies, should not protest too much, for the altruist-pragmatist policies "dramatized" in "Path" also reflect those same policies as practiced by President George Bush's administration in his failing "war on terrorism."

    The Rule of Reason

  • Parts of this video contain "dramatized" scenes of insurgent forces operating in Central America and how they are defeated through the efforts of

    WN.com - Articles related to It's India's poor who need British aid, not its military and business elites

  • Parts of this video contain "dramatized" scenes of insurgent forces operating in Central America and how they are defeated through the efforts of Army and Air Force counterinsurgency techniques.

    WN.com - Articles related to It's India's poor who need British aid, not its military and business elites

  • Bright Leaf functions as a kind of dramatized home movie for/of his own relatives that keep me more interested in his films even as I grow annoyed with most of his copycats.

    Cinematical

  • In a world where advertisements are often touched up, "dramatized", or otherwise faked, it is difficult for people to believe you are telling them the truth about a product or service.

    EzineArticles

  • Among Goldstein's most reliably excellent motifs are his "dramatized" Old Testament stories, which have been heard on NPR's

    Seattle Weekly | Complete Issue

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