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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of dramatize.


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  • This is how Martin dramatizes to his white readership that we have some serious reckoning with our past to do: he compares Southern whites to that all-purpose paradigm of the racial oppressor -- the Israeli.

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  • Here Robinson again dramatizes a remarkable range of emotion in a very short space.

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  • Army, and saw more than his share of combat as a private serving in the Big Red One his 1980 film of that name dramatizes many of his actual adventures.

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  • Hamburg: Massive egg recall dramatizes need for agency to have greater regulatory authority -

  • As the Khodorkovsky case dramatizes, that is a chillingly accurate description.

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  • The troupe's signature use of satire, vaudeville, mime and spoken word dramatizes the voices of the socially invisible and the New Americans, offering a fresh examination of cultures in flux. : News

  • Using a guy in a bearsuit, the blipvert "dramatizes" the capture of Brewtus, in which Rainier beer played an integral part of course.


  • "Based on" in this case does not mean that the show "dramatizes" the stories-an impossible proposition, since the stories are prose-poems of miraculous compression and evocation.

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  • "The War of the End of the World" dramatizes "The War of Canudos," the

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  • This is perhaps the truth that fiction can provide, but ulimately what a work like Double or Nothing dramatizes is that the "truth" of fiction lies not in its fidelity to external events but to its own necessities.

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