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He held in horror this shameful half-marriage that the language of slang had baptized, as with a stain: Collage.

The artistic technique of collage is based on a logic of choices beyond those of realistic representations.

Collage, as a technique, anticipates the generalized stage of sampling and compositing.

The convention of reading is broken; the text is manipulated like an image and offered as a collage to the reader.

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During the last few years, the Collage has not raised enough of these trees to meet the demand.

The 143 collage system is also very prevalent in France among the working classes, and seems to answer well enough.

The method of collage employed at the Abbey of Hautvillers is said to have preserved the wines from this evil.

WORD ORIGIN

1919, from French collage "a pasting," from Old French coller "to glue," from Greek kolla "glue." Earliest reference is in Wyndham Lewis.

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