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- n. The action of the verb to transmit.
- v. Present participle of transmit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of sending a message; causing a message to be transmitted
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She sees the sudden look of doubt trending toward minor panic, the expression transmitting that he’s attracted to her and he’s getting worried about having her all alone in the same room when here he is naked beneath his bathrobe.
Mere days ago, Walter and Miriam Schneir, the Rosenbergs 'most stalwart defenders, published a book which reluctantly acknowledges the role that Julius played in transmitting U.S. nuclear secrets to Stalinist Russia.
Lastly, trainees are provided guidance in transmitting the same information to the family, and the patient if applicable, in a manner that is suitable to provide the critical facts, enable counseling, but ensure a satisfying doctor-patient-family relationship.
"To give a brief spiritual profile of the two brothers", the Holy Father continued, "we must first note the passion with which Cyril studied the writings of St. Gregory of Nazianzus from whom he learnt the importance of language in transmitting the Revelation".
We use the word “journalism” to have a specific meaning beyond just “someone involved in transmitting the news”.
Our old personal radios once started transmitting from the aerial on top of the convent school.
See, for example, Sean E. Brotherson and Jeffrey B. Teichert, who assert that The symbolic power of the law in transmitting meaning about such key social concerns as 'family life and ethics' thus lends it great influence in shaping fundamental values.
So her physical form played no role in transmitting information regarding who Terry actually was?
Please check the Web site as we'll be transmitting from the field and updating frequently.
Listen to APPO radio live ... the university where the radio station has been transmitting is being surrounded by the PFP in preparation for an incursion against the will of the Rector of the university.
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