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 noun Plural form of
transformation .
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Though I lack the art to decipher it, no doubt the next chapter in my book of transformations is already written.

Though I lack the art to decipher it, no doubt the next chapter in my book of transformations is already written.

Vishnus progress up the stairs and his series of transformations is set against the daily lives of the apartments inhabitants, lives characterized by a lack of progress, by a stultifying stasis, where dreams of upward mobility in a material sense are always disappointed.

The order in which one performs two gauge transformations is immaterial.

The study concluded that "rather than remaining static, parentchild relationships during middle childhood and adolescence are characterized by transformations and realignment."

HernándezBermejo’s argument stems from the fact that the number of consequences of a system invariant under a discrete group of transformations is much less than if the system were invariant under a continuous group of transformations – although he does not prove this.

HernándezBermejo’s argument stems from the fact that the number of consequences of a system invariant under a discrete group of transformations is much less than if the system were invariant under a continuous group of transformations – although he does not prove this.
Special Post: Noether’s First Theorem – Emmy Noether for Ada Lovelace Day

HernándezBermejo’s argument stems from the fact that the number of consequences of a system invariant under a discrete group of transformations is much less than if the system were invariant under a continuous group of transformations – although he does not prove this.
Special Post: Noether’s First Theorem – Emmy Noether for Ada Lovelace Day

By contrast, Civic War and the Corruption of the Citizen provides a novel account of longterm transformations in the citizen’s experience of war, the constitution of political powers, and public uses of communication, and from that firm historical basis explains how a convergence of these social facts became the pretext for unprecedented opportunism and irresponsibility after 9/11.

Figure 2b) An example of a group of nonabelian transformations is rotation in threedimensional space.
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