- n. Plural form of transition.
“The course, located in Lions Park, contained varying surfaces with frequent curb-drop transitions from the sand to the pavement.”
“Count Poniatowski and the Beautiful Chicken" simply moves the heart, especially the way the story transitions from a science fiction piece into one of sentimentality.”
“Only historical transitions from a guppy into a guppy.”
“Anyone with an academic life is an expert in transitions, I suppose.”
“A problem with transitions is inherent to a process wherein choice is the determinent.”
“I saw it yesterday and loved it .. the transitions from the butterfly to the island and form the priest to the sand dune scenes were amazing .. and the shots of the blue city were just breathtaking.”
“The Colts 'defensive speed should not lose any zip as it transitions from the RCA Dome to the new dome's fast track.”
“One way to determine atomic weights was by calculating the number of alpha transitions from the known elements such as uranium, radium, and thorium.”
“She worked as an administrative clerk and loved the job because she could directly help soldiers by making sure their transitions from the United States to Iraq and home again went smoothly.”
“It hasn't been the smoothest of transitions from a no-managerial-oversight to a full-time, in-store manager but we're through the uphill part and onto a nice plateau.”
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