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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pastiche.

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Examples

  • Neurological study has lately shown that memory, imagination, and consciousness itself is stitched, quilted, pastiched.

    inkblurt · Lethem’s “Ecstasy of Influence”

  • We frequently judge historical novels with pastiched dialogue or style on their mimicry of our stereotype of that period.

    A Quiet Adjustment

  • As was pointed out in the story, Siegel threatening suicide was pastiched in Rick Veitch's series The Maximortal, which predates Chabon's novel by a good 10 years.

    Comic Book Urban Legends Revealed #138 | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • I like clever and amusing, and I find the Leriche update most erotic, although I will not use it as a stroke picture, that dubious honor goes to real pornography, such as the one pastiched in Icons of erotic art #5, the most popular entry in this series.

    Icons of erotic art #21 « Jahsonic

  • I was blown away by Pulp Fiction - I remembered why it won the Palmes D'or at Cannes, as there are some really languid French movie moments (I remembered it more frenetic and pastiched), with amazing scenes from Bruce Willis, (also great in Sin City) Marcellus What now?

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • The site hosts several other Holmes parodies; see also this extensive listing of pastiched Holmeses.

    The Little Professor:

  • Images of the three he had killed pastiched his hemiconsciousness with his memory of firing a gravity wave into the zotl's lynk to Galgul.

    In Other Worlds

  • There are the rather pale and "moon-like" but sometimes not uninteresting _Thousand and One Days_, and the obviously and rather foolishly pastiched _Thousand and One Quarters of an Hour_.

    A History of the French Novel, Vol. 1 From the Beginning to 1800

  • Jonathan May-Bowles, who threw a pie at Rupert Murdoch last week , pastiched the media mogul's most distinctive line at the culture committee, emerging from court to say: "This has been the most humble day of my life."

    The Guardian World News

  • His writing style is easily pastiched but difficult to match, because at its heart is a rage - the black humour and moral righteousness of a brilliant man out of place in the world.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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