How to use Post-modern in a sentence

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  • Is it supposed to be post-modern irony or something?

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  • The symbolic transformation from old man to young man represents the continuity of proletarian struggle in the post-modern age blah blah blah!

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  • The Aziz version is a post-modern deconstructed geometrically arranged stuffed eggplant dish made with halved baby eggplants.

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  • Postmodernist Baudrillard says that media technology has created a post-modern era.

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  • And post modern secular humanism denies ultimate truth itself.

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  • He then studied dance improvisation with some of the leading figures in post-modern dance.

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  • With the collapse of Stalinism, many intellectuals have adopted a stance of post-modern nihilism which offers no alternative to neo-liberalism.

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  • To succumb to cultural or post-modern relativism would simply leave open the field to the most powerful global forces.

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  • Fitted with huge gel comfort saddle and Post Modern cushty post, 21 speeds and Hutchinson puncture proof slicks.

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  • He has worked on research relating to Los Angeles, post modern urbanism, and political and social geography.

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  • We have left the post-modern suburban utopia of Milton Keynes for the relative country tranquility of Buckingham town.

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  • For a more elegant look, some modern rooms utilize furniture that is influenced by movements like Art Deco and Art Nouveau, along with Asian and post-modern designs.

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  • Minimalism is not always easily identified, as other styles such as post modern interior design, often mimic it.

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