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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of deform.

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Examples

  • When this happened after Vatican II and it's "deforms", the whole church collapsed.

    Update

  • The same collapse that accompanied the "deforms" of Vatican II in Europe will happen, or has already happened in China....declining Mass attendance, declining vocations, declining sense of the sacred, loss of Catholic identity and tradition.

    The liturgical "reform" in China

  • Memory deforms; however good I think my memory is, it is always a portrait of myself looking, colour-washed by the concerns of the present.

    On Keeping A Journal « Tales from the Reading Room

  • The body attaches itself in the big facade opening at the front and deforms itself towards the panoramic view of the river.

    Body House by Monolab Architects

  • Violence deforms hearts and minds as surely as physical bodies, and war merely institutionalizes it.

    Taiwan to India

  • It adapts, it deforms itself and it rids itself of any vulnerable life form, even if it means destroying its children to save itself.

    Dana Ullman: Our Planet, Our Selves: The Earth's Symptoms and What to Do About Them

  • The Regents plan, the Bloomberg-Klein deforms, and the federal Race to the Bottom grants are all really about de-professionalizing teaching in inner-city schools so they can hire low paid temporary workers with little training who will follow scripts and be too afraid to question what is going on.

    Alan Singer: We Need to Make Eye Contact

  • The Regents plan, the Bloomberg-Klein deforms, and the federal Race to the Bottom grants are all really about de-professionalizing teaching in inner-city schools so they can hire low paid temporary workers with little training who will follow scripts and be too afraid to question what is going on.

    We Need to Make Eye Contact

  • It deforms as it absorbs the impact energy, then springs back into shape in the test, conducted by MGA Research, a Wisconsin-based testing firm.

    Video: Knock-off bumper part "explodes" in crash test

  • It adapts, it deforms itself and it rids itself of any vulnerable life form, even if it means destroying its children to save itself.

    Dana Ullman: Our Planet, Our Selves: The Earth's Symptoms and What to Do About Them

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