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stylized in Visual topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstylizedsty‧lized (also stylised British English) /ˈstaɪlaɪzd/ AWL adjective  AVdrawn, written, or performed in an artificial style that does not look natural or real, but that is still pleasant to look at a stylized picture of the sunstylization /ˌstaɪlaɪˈzeɪʃən $ -lə-/ noun [uncountable]
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stylizedHunting also provides the men with a public stage for the stylized display of virility.There are two alternative ways of reacting to the stylized facts outlined above.Intellectual fado is a more stylized form and is sung in the salons and by the students of Lisbon and Coimbra Universities.John Hunt developed a more stylized form of briefing.Yet it is also possible to see the form as a stylized if rather primitive representation of the female deity.Standardized fascias and fronts, company colours, house lettering and stylized logos are in with a vengeance.Waterfowl and stylized papyrus flowers recur, as do simplified outlines of chariots.Metaphor is the dominant structuring mechanism of the novels, stylized transcription of consciousness their fictional mode.Lisa performed a stylized version of the classic song "Silent Night."