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  • n. Alternative form of eclecticism.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as eclecticism.


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  • Also, John Doe has a point yet I do appreciate some eclectism in the blogosphere (IMHO Bee at Backreaction does it better.)

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  • It's enough to have established them a fervent and enthusiastic fanbase and yes, there's an eclectism to their songwriting and a deftness to their guitarwork that puts them head and shoulders above most of their UK contemporaries.

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  • It spoke volumes of the eclectism on display when the main melodic thrust came from the boom of a bass.


  • Highlighting / understating • Clustering / dispersing • Status inconsistency (eclectism) •

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  • Their eclectism has influenced many acts from the seventies to the 21st century, like the french canadian groups Et cetera and Way Out in the mid-'70s, Spock's Beard, Advent and particularly Echolyn in the nineties, Finneus Gauge at the turn of the millennium.

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