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to make or become different

to render incapable of reproducing sexually

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cause to change

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become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence

make an alteration to

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insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby

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Mohit Chauhan: Saddened by the passing away of Tom Alter.
The historian will perhaps be frustrated that Alter often avoids a discussion of historicity of the narrative.
This team discovered that exposure during lactation to the herbicide 2,4-DBE (the butyl ester of 2,4-D) can alter brain production of 5-HT and its metabolite, 5-hydroxyindoleacetic acid (5-HIAA), in adulthood (Bortolozzi et al.
Certainly, this fear has made many forget a secret of analogue photography [traditional film-based photographs], namely that conventional photographs may be manipulated to alter reality and at worst to fabricate false evidence.
Further, this response reduces saliva production, alters the normal oral chemical balance, and allows for growth of gram-negative bacteria.
a cross-chain D reorganization) or the TASCO recast (a distribution by T's alter ego), then T or the alter ego should recognize gain on the distribution of the NB asset.
Alter and others are frustrated at the silence of four jailed suspects alleged to be involved with Osama bin Laden's network.
Environmentalists believe it could accelerate the evolution of resistant insects, harm consumer health and, perhaps most important, alter corn at its center of origin forever.
They said it's all due to the efforts of their publicity firm, owned by Nancy Brier Alter.
The code of the American Society of Media Photographers places the responsibility on the photojournalist to never alter the content or meaning of a news photograph.
You can chemically alter the energy required to start solidification by adding a grain refiner.
They decided to try a novel approach: to alter the human gene so that the bacteria would replace a single amino acid -- a cysteine at position 17 in the protein -- with a different amino acid, serine.
Alter has done just what we would like him to do for an authoritative book on Menger.
Fourth, for obvious reasons, it was necessary to clarify the reasons and the conditions under which the Federal Reserve Bank of New York would alter its relationship with a primary-dealer firm.
Attributional nexus refers to a state's imposing its taxing jurisdiction on a corporation that has no direct nexus with the state solely because the corporation has an agency, alter ego, or unitary relationship([single dagger]) with a corporation (or other business or individual) that does have direct nexus with the state.