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  • adj. Of, pertaining to or leading to transformation


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transformation +‎ -al


  • But I'm told by somebody close to Senator McCain that he is definitely still picking up what they call a transformational figure, somebody who we're just not thinking of who could really shake up the race, Kiran.

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  • UCLA Chancellor Gene Block said he was "extraordinarily grateful" for the Luskins' gift, which he described as transformational for the campus. - News

  • All three converge in transformational development.

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  • He was called a transformational figure in the vanguard of educational reform and his name was floated as a possible candidate for national education secretary.

  • In contrast, long-term transformational programs cover all aspects of life, from eating to stress management.

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  • We believe that our balance sheet and current loan structure creates the financial flexibility to execute our long-term transformational strategic plan.

  • Long term transformational behavior-not transaction oriented - News

  • They re-evaluate and realign their investment from projects that prioritise long-term transformational benefits, to those with immediate cost savings.

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  • Right now we have as many or more programs in development with significant long-term transformational implications for the company than at any time in our history. Home Page

  • RAIL LINK COULD LEAD TO WESTMIDLONDONSHIRE high speed rail link to London has been broadly welcomed across the political arena, with Council leader Mike Whitby describing it as "transformational" - but Friends of the Earth have warned against the development of West Midlondonshire.

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