Examples of stylistic in a Sentence
There are a number of stylistic changes in the new car.
stylistic differences among various writers
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There have been many disappointments and stylistic enormities, but this is no time to throw in the towel and imagine devising U.S. Russian policy by fixedly staring across the Bering Strait as the former governor of Alaska might have done.
As with many bars in Prague, this one offers a choice of three beers on tap, differentiated not by a stylistic name or an alcohol percentage, but a degree, typically 10, 12 and 14 degrees.
Through chemical and stylistic analysis, Şevketoğlu linked the blades to a specific workshop site on the mainland: Kömürcü-Kaletepe in Cappadocia in Turkey.
Jurich’s mistakes have been largely stylistic and at least partially a function of a lack of supervision from the president’s office.
More than merely a formal or stylistic echo for simple pictorial harmony, the emphatic repetition visually unites figure and landscape, cupping the distant land, sea and sky between them.
The Edge, bassist Adam Clayton and drummer Larry Mullen, Jr. — the album also represented the start of a major new chapter that saw the band significantly broaden its stylistic scope and artistic reach.
Swift mostly stayed along that stylistic straight-and-narrow throughout the 11 years since: light colors, poofy skirts, lots of sparkle, and nothing at all risqué.
None of this is meant to reduce the Red/Blue divide into a set of cosmetic, stylistic differences.
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