from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That causes transformation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having power, or a tendency, to transform.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having power or a tendency to transform.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Lusing: The term transformative can evolve and has evolved.
They reflected what Brigid Inder of WIGJ called "the tension between the punitive formal justice model and the more comprehensive and complex agenda for what we call transformative justice, where the finding of guilt or innocence is accompanied by efforts to transform both communal and gender relations."
State senator Jim Ferlo, whose district includes most of the Strip and Lawrenceville along with a variety of other riverfront communities, sees potential to begin what he called a transformative process soon because of the scale of the properties involved.
This post is the third in a five part series on a radical new approach to scaling BoP business models, what we call a transformative sector strategy.
The NSF went on to say that proposals should look for what it called transformative research that has the potential to enable the creation of architectures that reach beyond current core neworking components, mechanisms and application requirements. article penned earlier this month by my Network World colleague Carolyn Duffy Marsan that talked about the
His work was described as "transformative" with precise attention and enthusiasm for details large and small; overcoming restrictions with innovation and beauty.
But underneath the surface, something transformative is still happening.
And even in the deep, dark, deadness of winter, something transformative is happening deep in the ground, where Trevor the Toad takes his long nap below the frost line.
I know this is politics and we can't all sing kumbaya (and I always hated that song), but do we really want to ditch a rare moment to seize a possible long-term transformative moment for the left with internecine sniping?
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