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  • adj. Placed side by side often for comparison or contrast.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of juxtapose.

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  • adj. placed side by side often for comparison


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  • Star trek wins because of the excellent use of the expression juxtaposed against the smiling kirk, making it = teh win.

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  • E&J Gallo Winery’s Trademark Department also peckishly went after Atlanta school teacher Celeste LeTard Williams in 2007 because her art work featured a painting of a rooster juxtaposed with the Spanish word gallo based on a traditional Mexican loteria card.

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  • I just am frustrated that what’s being juxtaposed is national reform or state reforms.

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  • I have to say, when I was in NY, there was something so alienating about all the different people, self identifying as juxtaposed with some other Jewish group.

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  • Playing off allegations that Christie can be something of a bully, Corzine ads talked about him "throwing his weight around" as the phrase was juxtaposed with unflattering shots that exaggerated Christie's midsection and lumbering movement.

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  • With the return of the dreaded S-word juxtaposed with some of the most beautiful sunshine we've seen in months, the Northwest is feeling a bit punchy.


  • So it's kind of juxtaposed the fantasy world that's been created through the characters with our own fantasy world that we live every day.

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  • I doo rememebr a skinny ole school marm who thaougt my blond hair was what she called "juxtaposed" to the local skin hue and hare color, .. and i rememebr it was a lot hotter where I livedd in that shed, .. than whar I come from,.

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  • That kind of juxtaposed with my experience as a student in Europe, where I was exposed to the drastic differences between European and U.S. social stigma of sex workers.

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  • They have kind of juxtaposed themselves in my head as a stream of images, but that makes them all the more interesting.

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