Noun(1) an act that changes the form or character or substance of something(2) a qualitative change(3) (physics, as by nuclear decay or radioactive bombardment
(1) Our evaluations after such transmutation will again be merely perspectives, but their point of view will then be affirmative and affirming.(2) But by now it's too late: the damage done to the original vision by its transmutation into orthodoxy is irreversible.(3) It's one thing making acid from air and water vapour, quite another for delicate chemical transmutation like this.(4) He had long believed in the transmutation of species, although he did not initially accept the concept of single progenitor ancestor.(5) By 1902 Rutherford and his colleague Frederick Soddy were proposing that a different chemical element is formed whenever a radioactive element decays, a process known as transmutation .(6) When punk rock burns brightly, it is capable of amazing feats of transmutation .(7) In the historical process, the instinctive drive to change or wish to be part of a massive transmutation of identity inevitably leads to codification.(8) The idea of transmutation through alchemy was one that was taken quite seriously and Dee was granted special rights far beyond someone of his standing.(9) So he either has complete fixism of species, or he has transmutation of species.(10) What about psychokinesis, clairvoyance, transmutation , precipitation of matter?(11) Among the alchemists's asserted aims were the transmutation of base metals into gold, as well as the preparation of an elixir of longevity and a universal cure for illness.(12) Maisie's ├ö├ç├┐wondering├ö├ç├û consciousness becomes the medium of a perverse animation, an uncanny crossover or transmutation between animate and inanimate, person and thing.(13) The two Latin words interrupt the miraculous transmutation of the classical poet into a speaker of contemporary Italian, creating a sudden lapse in time.(14) Because isomer weapons would not involve transmutation of nuclear species, they don't come under the rubric of existing nonproliferation treaties.(15) I realise now that my near Jekyll and Hyde transmutation came about insidiously, like a winter's dawn, a consequence of years of tramping the murky corridors of environmental reporting.(16) Do we call this transmutation or transubstantiation?
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