transformation

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  • No one in power in the Empire had any interest in social transformation.
  • Here we present a set of rules that can be used in such transformations.
  • The transformation of the city went slowly for the first hundred years.
  • However, the process of economic transformation towards a modern market economy seems to be completed.
  • So far the transformations on the right have only included fields of the same type.
  • The name also means One who is without the six transformations beginning with birth.
  • So impressive seemed the transformation that eventually all his brothers changed their last name to match his.
  • These urban transformations brought about a change in access to the city.
  • So impressive seemed the transformation that eventually all his brothers had changed their last name to match his.
  • To show step-by-step transformations for this approach, the same example is used again.
  • Together, their works advanced a theory of history in which communication is central to social change and transformation.
  • The second stage of action research is the action, or transformation, phase.
  • It is only when other transformations are allowed that the difference becomes apparent.
  • Many transformations have taken place in the band since then.
  • He had difficulty changing his body into any weapon, and his transformations often caused him pain.
  • Scotland's transformation into a rich leader of modern industry came suddenly and unexpectedly.
  • He also pointed out the group character of the transformation.
  • She is not required to stay in any one form, but too many transformations can become very painful.
  • Machine code is the only language a microprocessor can process directly without a previous transformation.
  • He could use soulfire for various other effects, including flight and physical transformations.
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Meaning of transformation

  • noun A qualitative change
  • noun (mathematics) a function that changes the position or direction of the axes of a coordinate system
  • noun A rule describing the conversion of one syntactic structure into another related syntactic structure
  • noun (genetics) modification of a cell or bacterium by the uptake and incorporation of exogenous dna
  • noun The act of changing in form or shape or appearance
    a photograph is a translation of a scene onto a two-dimensional surface