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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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But if her alters manage to get free again, they could continue causing more damage.
Madhur Bhandarkar: Sad to know about Tom Alter. Remember working with him as an AD [assistant director] in a film, His contribution to theatre and cinema will be always remembered.
Welcoming the announcement Martin Shanahan, CEO IDA Ireland said Alter Pharma develops and manufactures generic pharmaceutical drugs in a range of important disease areas such as oncology, cardiology and central nervous system disorders.
Prior to joining Hawaiian, Alter was a partner at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich and Rosati in Palo Alto, Calif., where he practiced corporate and securities law since 1990.
Alter has attempted to write for both a scholarly and a popular audience.
France Alter Eco, which is headquartered in Paris, offers products such as chocolate, coffee, tea and juices.
Many say book artists should alter magazines, catalogs or other one-time use publications instead.
Customers will begin receiving payments through a single-use or a "reloadable" Alter Visa prepaid card in lieu of cash.
Errors in electrode placement can alter the interpretation; as a result, appropriate therapy may be jeopardized.
Casey Martin case, the Supreme Court established three tests to determine ADA compliance: (1) whether the requested modification is reasonable; (2) whether it is necessary for the individual, and (3) whether it would fundamentally alter the nature of the competition.
Sharing profits and losses is also a factor in determining (1) whether an agency relationship exists, (2) whether entities are partners by estoppel and (3) to the extent sharing profits and losses might also be considered intermingling of funds, whether an alter ego relationship exists.
Deftly compiled by Rabbi Sholom DovBer Avtzon, The Rebbeim: The Life Of The Alter Rebbe is the latest title in "The Rebbeim Biography Series" from Merkos Publications.
Bill Alter, grocery and convenience stores would risk losing their liquor licenses if they sold beer colder than 60 degrees.
(1998), however, wrote that although the fetus could recover faster between repeated doses of CPF, this was only an "illusion that the fetal compartment is less affected than the maternal compartment." Realizing that something other than cholinesterase inhibition was affecting the fetus, a team from Duke University led by Theodore Slotkin gradually began to demonstrate that other mechanisms of action of CPF alter prenatal development of the brain and behavior and that the embryo and fetus are sensitive to cholinesterase inhibition at doses that would not be toxic to an adult (Qiao et al.