transfigure


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to change into a different form, substance, or state

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elevate or idealize, in allusion to Christ's transfiguration

change completely the nature or appearance of

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Every transfigure is "monstrous" because it retains "the psychic effects of colonial violence on both" Europeans and the people they violated (p.
Like the TRANSFIGURE trial, GESTURE will continue for 132 weeks, with the initial placebo-treated controls being randomized to secukinumab at 150 or 300 mg after week 16.
How does it facilitate our acting in concert so that we can generate the collaborative power needed to transfigure our assertive effects and the patterns of solidified will-to-power which embolden them?
Kentridge does not so much clothe the opera in a particular visual style as draw out and transfigure its genre-specific resources--the cleaving of the empirical body from the dramatic voice, the tension between the aria that explores a single theme and the recitative that pushes the narrative along--into vehicles for the themes his other media, namely, film and drawing, have explored.
Indeed, the personae of Happiness (lard-ass murderess, milquetoast pedophile) stand on the cusp of contentment; I imagine that if they concentrate on their humiliation, they might transfigure it into cheerfulness.
5) Rooted in an unhealable wound, Gothic aspiration nevertheless tries to tum the symptoms of pathology and hurt to creative advantage - to transfigure their meaning by exaggerating their appearance.
The actuality of traffic jams transfigures into various behaviors and facets that converge with and materialize in ordinary life.
I need to be with her every night And day, her light, transfigures all And fills my heart up with delight.
Hideous torment-- burns, white blasts, Transfigures single grains to strength thru pain, the strength that strengthens forms these jewels with will to live yet death to face,Aa These lustrous Pearls of Gaza.
In the beauty of the lilies Christ was born across the sea, With a glory in his bosom that transfigures you and me: As he died to make men holy, let us die to make men free, While God is marching on.
Seeds transform into plants, into vine buds, into ripe, juicy, delicious fruit--a reminder that the Divine Light penetrates all created matter and transfigures and transforms our world.
Arlene Croce wrote in her book, Afterimages: "Williams's technique transfigures him and becomes, seemingly, the result of the religious idealism of the son -- he is ready.