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noun as in drama


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That setup led to “watered-down dramatizations” of scientific discoveries and short, “almost flippant” interviews with scientists, LaFollette wrote in her 2008 book Science on the Air.

No one is accusing Lipstein of plagiarizing Kolker’s article — his novel was finished long before the Times piece appeared — but “Last Resort” offers an uncanny dramatization of the issues Kolker explored.

“Is This a Room” is a dramatization that allows the actors to speak from FBI transcripts in their own voices.

One Night in Miami imagines what that conversation might have been like, interweaving dramatizations of things these four extraordinary men actually said and did.

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Point of view is inconsistent and Berg employs enough obvious filmic artifice to keep reminding us we are watching dramatization.

As Solomon says, “myth building makes quick riddance of inconvenient facts,” and the same could be said of dramatization.

Factually, this film gets most of the story right but is plagued by heavy dramatization that ZDT does without altogether.

Its dramatization of the clash between utopianism and geopolitical catastrophe becomes more potent with every passing year.

All these are, of course, sun gods, and the whole dramatization or myth is in keeping with the activities of the sun.

All the teachers remarked on her great intelligence, on her curious and wonderful gift for dramatization.

Dramatization is an aspect of imitation, and is a means of making ideas more real than they would otherwise be.

Make a plan of the various ways in which dramatization can be profitably used in the schools.

The knowledge here may have been telepathic, but how about the dramatization?

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dramatization, such as: dramatics, entertainment, and melodrama.

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