In Section 2, we discuss the general theory behind the transmuted
distribution and present useful representations for the density and cumulative functions.
Brian Molanphy shared his fiery critical-creative self in forms of ceramics, performance and teaching and while doing so he transmuted
the college into a better place.
The request for get-well cards was transmuted
into one for business cards.
Later came Made in France: French Tales with a United States Twist (1893), ten stories transmuted
rather than translated into American idiom and folkways--including one story by Bunner himself, hidden among the rest and undetected by most contemporary critics.
Scientists have known that ores can serve as natural neutrino detectors because they contain certain atoms that have been transmuted
from other elements during reactions with neutrinos.
But is transmuted
into new arrangements of neutrons, electrons, genes,
Finally, in Cancionero y romancero de ausencias (1958; translated as Songbook of Absences, 1972), poems written in the years of his imprisonment (1938 - 41), the despairing voice of a prisoner, near death and longing for his wife and son, is transmuted
into an expression of love and mystical faith.
The aircraft, with state of the art avionics and on-board system, has transmuted
IAF capability to undertake missions from short runways like in Jammu in all weather conditions landing at Jammu airfield.
He concludes that Jung's views of evil can be mitigated through Berdyaev's creativity in which it can be transmuted
through love of God.
Here, the long eastern side of the museum is transmuted
into a habitable wall with seating, a children's play area and parking spaces for taxis.
If that mutates into something that can be easily transmuted
between human beings it would make the plague of locusts look like just a bit of a nuisance.