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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of transplant.

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Examples

  • Description: Thanks to SG-1, a civilization known as the Enkarans have been transplanted from a Goa'uld slave planet to a safer, more hospitable world.

    Stargate SG-1 Watchathon - 'Scorched Earth' (S04E08)

  • One thing is sure: not from dead foetuses, since no organs can be transplanted from the dead.

    Global Voices in English » Hungary, Ukraine: Illegal Stem Cell Therapy

  • For me personally, the Spanish train transplanted on, say, the Dallas, Texas-Los Angeles route would be an attractive alternative to air or car travel.

    Can Spain’s AVE Train Kill the Airplane? | Inhabitat

  • The writer, Erica Rex, is new to New York, transplanted from the town of North Fork, California.

    special powers of divination

  • I don't think the sapling we transplanted from the front yard to the back is going to live, but we're going to give it some time and see if it can recover.

    May 3rd, 2005

  • In 1834, the plant, now known by its scientific name agave sisalena, was transplanted from the Yucatán to southern Florida where it adapted and soon flourished.

    Did You Know? - Henequen - Sisal

  • Graham's success is largely emblematic of the changes that the war years wrought on what Starr throughout the volumes of his history calls "The Folks" — those middle - and lower-middle-class Anglo-Saxons transplanted from the Midwest who for so long culturally defined much of California.

    California Transformed

  • The special position of our literatures when compared to those of England, Spain, Portugal and France depends precisely on this fundamental fact: they are literatures written in transplanted tongues.

    Octavio Paz - Nobel Lecture

  • One twin transplanted in 1956 completed a pregnancy two years later

    Joseph E. Murray - Nobel Lecture

  • Flower beds were under the salon-windows, and there were long borders of wild strawberries that had been transplanted from the woods, as my mother was very fond of them.

    A Childhood in Brittany Eighty Years Ago

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