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transpose

Maths the matrix resulting from interchanging the rows and columns of a given matrix

transpose

[′tranz‚pōz]
(mathematics)
The matrix obtained from a given matrix by interchanging its rows and columns.
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An HOUR minus U transposes to RHO While TAU plus O is a motor, AUTO
Transposes includes a thoughtful foreword by the esteemed lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel (Dykes to Watch Out For, Fun Home, Are You My Mother?
The Union therefore has to transpose them into its corpus of legislation.
Another nickname for Florida is Orange State, which transposes to Great Easton, the name of two English villages in Essex and Leicestershire listed in The Ordnance Gazetteer of Great Britain (3rd edition, 1992).
This pair transposes to MONTE SAN PIETRO'S, the possessive form of MONTE SAN PIETRO, the name of a municipality in the province of Bologna in Italy, with a 2004 population of around 11,000 (Wikipedia website).
In my little transposing sailor man (to avoid copyright infringement, let's call him Top-Eye which neatly transposes to what he's got in his pipe), the makeup of a letter group changes only to add or drop letters when the word length changes.
For example, 1900 transposes to HONEST UNDERHANDED UNION, 1950 to UNINTENDED FROTHY UNFASHIONED, and 1999 to UNDERNEATH DENOTE NINNYISH INNUENDO.