transmute


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change in outward structure or looks

alter the nature of (elements)

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Not all fission scientists agree, however, that ATW is the best way to transmute waste.
The princes, guided by experts like himself, should transmute themselves into agents of economic change through the development of new technology, founding of new industries, and opening of new markets.
In them Rilke sought to show poetry's power to transmute problems of existence and to justify reality.
This project is to transmute a run-down area along the Sava river at the heart of the Balkan city of two million people.
Kent, who danced Desdemona to Roberts's Othello, testifies to his remarkable ability to transmute a choreographer's intention.
The seed cores are then sent to a nuclear reactor to transmute the Xenon-124 into Iodine-125, which is embedded beneath the surface of the core.
Iberia s technical management team is now projecting to transmute a further three into multi-role tanker transports (MRTT).
Like The Card Game, whose raw spades and diamonds skid comically across a baize green ground, this work suggests the ambitions of, say, Howard Hodgkin--to recall in tranquillity a past social event and transmute it into paint--downgraded by several stations and fed through a wringer.
She further continues that Sudan is seriously looking to transmute all scientific ideas to patents and products to arrive at knowledge and creative economy based on research.
In other works, albums transmute into vanity corners or odd little shrines that escape modish fey hippiedom by channeling something ancient (think Tupy) while using the magic of today's materials and by paying heed to the particular form of "softened" Minimalism.
The first-quarter profit of Royal Bank of Scotland has more than trebled as the one-time global powerhouse profited from efforts to transmute itself into a smaller institution centered on Britain.
Naza TTDI deputy executive chairman and group managing director SM Faliq SM Nasimuddin adds that TTDI Gateway's strategic location at the main entry point to Shah Alam city centre would transmute the city.
The moral and somatic economy of the movement, she finds, struggles to transcend or transmute a de-divinized world and create new sensibilities and practices of space, citizenship, and sociality.
There is great hope that, mindful of their recent history, Portugal's new generation of architectural navigators can grow in confidence to absorb and transmute local and global influences to ferment a quiet revolution of their own.
The service is a secure solution from Ricoh designed to transmute print and document processes.