alchemize


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alter (elements) by alchemy

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And, what the slave did--despised and rejected, 'buked and scorned --with the European's paranoid vision of human life was to alchemize it into a force that contained a human use.
Paintings serve a similar function, and in White Album Rishma Dunlop and Suzanne Northcott alchemize landscape, immigration, romance, love and sexuality into stunning verbal and visual images until, in Dunlop's words, "Everything feels rare as ivory.
Robinson's imitation of Little Caeser alchemize to produce a show that pits postmodern identity angst against vaudevillian shtick--a little song, a little dance, even a little juggling.
This person can alchemize technology to business strategy and back again.
at 931 ("No order of this Court can alchemize concrete and asphalt into blueprint.
It takes a true genius - or three of them - to alchemize one of the Bard's works into a bona fide modern classic, especially a play as lame-brained as ``The Comedy of Errors.
Even if it is in extremis, at the edge of death, as an individual or as a planet, there still is the consolation of insight and wisdom that you might get from a work of art that will ease the pain of passing from this life to whatever emptiness comes, and alchemize that sorrow into blissful recognition.
Castaldi, a French citizen who has been designing in Europe for over thirty years and has been here for five years, is known for his ability to alchemize disparate fabrics, such as denim and silk, into couture.
We take in as much of the author's world as we can, and mix this material with our own in the alembic of our reading minds, combining them to alchemize something unique.