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- v. To transform anew or back.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To transform anew or back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To transform or change back to a previous state.
- To transform anew.
And that's where we need to be more efficient and retransform the way we work.
Cambrensis will have it that Irishmen may become wolves; and Nennius asserts point-blank that “the descendants of wolves are still in Ossory;” they retransform themselves into wolves when they bite.
If Michael pleads guilty at least to the lesser charges in this case and agrees to go to a rehabilitation clinic to completely retransform himself, then the public will see him as having been reborn, whether it be religiously, psychologically.
Therefore at every receiving station we have devices that will intercept the waves as they come in; retransform them into electrical oscillations; and catching the weak oscillations make them strong enough to be read.
Using these letters, I would create a message for someone, which they could then transform into future messages, a message which could transform and retransform, being reshaped into several messages over time.
We truly hope someone like John F kennedy will some day seek to become president and with his values retransform your nation into a once again glorious nation with that american good spirit so many nations around the world envied.
Slide 13: Model ● Then, they calculated the expected log expenditures and earnings using the results from the second stage regression, also under each policy exponentiated residuals from the second stage-to retransform expected log exp / ear into predicted exp / ear.
a wolf, and so remained for nine years; Giraldus Cambrensis will have it that Irishmen may become wolves; and Nennius asserts point-blank that "the descendants of wolves are still in Ossory;" they retransform themselves into wolves when they bite.