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Other plays that exist in variant quarto and Folio texts, such as Othello and Henry V, are presented in a single conflated text, as is Hamlet, though in this text quarto passages are printed in italic.
The AR's mixture of hard-line Modernism, the Picturesque, love of tradition and surprise, Englishness and the exotic was conflated there.
By the 1930s the ideology that had linked healthy motherhood and infancy to national prosperity gave way to a more traditional discourse that conflated "dependency" and immorality.
Kitsch and Ego are conflated here, and the point is missed entirely.
Yet, however sexy the front of the building, the back is extremely utilitarian: horizontal strips of window cut through drear walls of vertical corrugated metal - a rather animated debutant has been conflated, armadillo-like, with one of the grimmest concierges you can imagine.
Moral imperatives of basic human dignity and worth became increasingly conflated with issues of class when Russia's printers found themselves still marginalized and alienated, even after expending so much energy in support of political rights for all throughout the revolution.
Positioned somewhere between October and Real Life, Wedge conflated the former's privileging of the essay as a critical form with the latter's embrace of artists' writings and projects.
The everyday--concrete moments and places--can't be conflated, not even by art, with the truly evocative.
Yet he tries to reclaim meaning in the meaninglessness of it all through poetry and beauty, which in his work is often conflated with the poetic.
Here, where his images of uncertain souls plodding across the universe were far too easily conflated with the capricious, quickly dated neoexpressionist desire for elegant bombast, he has endured a sleeper reputation.
Watching the piece from the Lisson's interior, grinning at the umpteenth child to wave manically through the window or dodging the gaze of some less gregarious passerby, one sees this live urban spectacle conflated with the photographic work.
The arm of the server is the painter's arm, and thus the viewing of the painting is conflated with the (simultaneously seductive and sick-making) idea of consuming warmed-over quiche.