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  • adjective Pertaining to dadaism.

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Examples

  • Sixtyyears ago an exhibition of so-called dadaistic 'experiences' would haveseemed simply impossible and its organizers would have ended up in the madhouse, while today they even preside over art associations.

    Mein Kampf

  • Season Two continues the almost dadaistic adventures of The big Blue bug of Justice, and Stargate SG-1, Season 10 concludes the DVD release of the longest-running science fiction series in North American television history…

    TVonDVD: The Fugitive: Vol. One; Two New Masters of Horror; The Tick vs. Season Two; Stargate SG-1: Season Ten

  • Season Two continues the almost dadaistic adventures of The big Blue bug of Justice, and Stargate SG-1, Season 10 concludes the DVD release of the longest-running science fiction series in North American television history…

    TVonDVD: The Fugitive: Vol. One; Two New Masters of Horror; The Tick vs. Season Two; Stargate SG-1: Season Ten

  • This option is also open to dadaistic new age “deconstructivists” and the like.

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  • Hoogerbrugge's "Modern Living" has a bunch of neat surreal/dadaistic animated gifs.

    Boing Boing: July 8, 2001 - July 14, 2001 Archives

  • It was a very, very good, dadaistic education exercise done in nine months.

    CNN Transcript Apr 27, 2003

  • This information would please his dadaistic confrères, if no one else shows signs of interest.

    Adventures in the Arts Informal Chapters on Painters, Vaudeville, and Poets

  • It would suggest that all dadaistic experimentation (Feyerabend described his school of scientific epistemology as "anarchist dada") in sound poetry, gesture, cut-up, beast languages, etc. -- all this was aimed neither at discovering nor destroying meaning, but at creating it.

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  • It would suggest that all dadaistic experimentation (Feyerabend described his school of scientific epistemology as "anarchist dada") in sound poetry, gesture, cut-up, beast languages, etc. -- all this was aimed neither at discovering nor destroying meaning, but at creating it.

    home

  • It would suggest that all dadaistic experimentation (Feyerabend described his school of scientific epistemology as "anarchist dada") in sound poetry, gesture, cut-up, beast languages, etc. -- all this was aimed neither at discovering nor destroying meaning, but at creating it.

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