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  • n. 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.

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

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

    Press Release: The 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics

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

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  • Hernández-Bermejo’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.

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  • By contrast, Civic War and the Corruption of the Citizen provides a novel account of long-term 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.

    Meyers, Civic War and the Corruption of the Citizen

  • Figure 2b) An example of a group of non-abelian transformations is rotation in three-dimensional space.

    Press Release: The 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • (A simple example of non-abelian transformations is rotations in space.

    Press Release: The 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • Figure 2a) An example of a group of abelian transformations is rotation in two dimensions.

    Press Release: The 1999 Nobel Prize in Physics

  • Which sort of changes they appear to be, City Eclogue suggests, depends significantly on where one stands—or, as Roberson might say, on those factors that determine whether the transformations are a view one looks out on or a mirror one looks into inside.

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