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  • v. Present participle of invert.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Or it goes further in inverting the primary aesthetics partially or entirely, radically altering the modality.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • But it is in inverting specific prohibitions into blanket permission that Gonzales reaches for the genuinely Orwellian.

    January 2006

  • Frances Wright's connection to Robert Dale Owen rendered his faction vulnerable to a wide variety of attacks over their perceived support of immoral behavior such as inverting gender norms and radically changing family dynamics. 81 In a review of the pamphlet, "Fanny Wright, Unmasked by Her Own Pen," the Genius of Temperance exposed what they saw as the true danger of Wright's ideology.

    Advocating The Man: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Household in New York, 1800-1840

  • As to "inverting" your statements, all I wanted to know was if you we're saying that we should publicly threaten Iran.

    Sound Politics: Liberals Think Fighting Terrorism Is a Pain

  • There had been a good many, beginning with "inverting," so a weave could not be seen by any but the woman who had woven it, yet they had not passed everything on.

    Lord of Chaos

  • I've also looked for other features she wanted to carry over from XP such as inverting the mouse cursor as she frequently loses track of it but gave up.

    The Guardian World News

  • The feisty teacher is sometimes criticized for going against established elements of yoga practice, such as inverting during the menstrual cycle and letting the neck be relaxed in many poses (Triangle, for example).

    Whole Life Times

  • You can also go back and try to find all the intel laptops strewn across the game to unlock new cheats (such as inverting gamma, cluster grenades and my personal favourite, olde tymer mode).

    andPOP.com

  • The ACPI code will then do something to quash the interrupts, such as inverting the polarity of the GPIO [3], as well as send the notification to the OS.

    Planet GNOME

  • 0845 Prosecution apologises for "inverting" list but claims it was due to

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

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