Convention vs Antiopera - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between convention and antiopera
is that convention
is a meeting or gathering while antiopera
is an opera (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the opera.
A meeting or gathering.
- The convention was held in Geneva.
, date=May 30
, author=Katherine Stewart
, title=How Christian fundamentalists plan to teach genocide to schoolchildren
, work=the Guardian
, passage=The CEF and the legal advocacy groups that have been responsible for its tremendous success over the past ten years are determined to "Knock down all doors, all the barriers, to all 65,000 public elementary schools in America and take the Gospel to this open mission field now! Not later, now!" in the words of a keynote speaker at the CEF's national convention
A formal deliberative assembly of mandated delegates
The convening of a formal meeting
A formal agreement, contract or pact
(international law) A treaty or supplement to such.
- ''The EU installed an inter-institutional Convention to draft a European constitution
A generally accepted principle, method or behaviour.
- ''The Vienna convention at the Vienna Congress (1814-15) standardized most of diplomatic conduct for generations
- In order to account for this, we might propose to make the Prepositional Phrase an optional constituent of the Verb Phrase: this we could do by re-
placing rule (28) (ii) by rule (40) below:
(40) VP → V AP (PP)
(Note that a constituent in parentheses is, by convention , taken to be
- ''Table seatings are generally determined by tacit convention , not binding formal protocol
- The convention of driving on the right is reinforced by law.
* by convention
* coding conventions
* conventional, conventionally
* convention centre, convention center
* naming convention
* pictorial convention
* trade convention
An opera (dramatical production) that deliberately avoids the typical conventions of the opera.