- v. Simple past tense and past participle of juxtaposition.
“An ad comes out with Obama juxtapositioned with Britney and Paris.”
“The psychological landscape, to the Surrealists, was as much grist for the mill, a similar terrain of fragments thrown together out of context, mundane images juxtapositioned to create cognitive dissonance and, perhaps, new meaning.”
“The British National Party published a leaflet with one of the cartoons juxtapositioned with a picture of the London protestors who called for those who insult Islam to be beheaded, asking which images the reader finds more offensive.”
“In this experiment, an image of a man's face is shown juxtapositioned with various other images immediately following.”
“All this versus the backdrop, juxtapositioned with the violence still on the streets.”
“At the aggregate level, the goals and objectives need to be made explicit and then juxtapositioned to examine their compatibility and complementarity.”
“Zemlin, speaking at the Linux Collaboration Summit in San Francisco, California, juxtapositioned the $1,500 price of Giampolo's HP HDX laptop with what he could have walked away with instead, had he gone for Linux.”
“Most often I dream about people I actually know, although sometimes they will be juxtapositioned with people they would never have interacted with (e.g. a mix of high school people and grad school people) or some other fucked up thing that a psychiatrist would tell me is a result of my mom breast feeding me for one week too long or some other psychobabble bullshit.”
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