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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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He himself claimed a "closer line-by-line fit (entailing a rigorous coincidence of enjambments and the elimination of verse transposal)" as the "technical" criterion for perfecting his literalism (E0, 1975, l:xiii).
Dornoch Medical Systems' Transposal product line is designed to safely serve the entire hospital from ER to OR.
"(D)ramatic unity is achieved using a plot that represents one complete action." A plot, he posited, should have "its several incidents so closely connected that the transposal or withdrawal of any one of them will disjoin the whole." His summation of the writer's development is equally important: "Talent for writing dialogue and character comes first.
Hallas, "The Transposal Processes of the EC Directives and the U.S.
Thus the Aristotelian plot must necessarily constitute a "complete whole, with its several incidents so closely connected that the transposal or withdrawal of any one of them will disjoin and dislocate the whole" (Aristotle 1991: 685).
Overall, the rate of transposal of EU energy Directives is up on the rate recorded in 1996 registering a total of 89.9%.
In the writings of Mary Wollstonecraft the harem repeatedly figures as a metaphor for the lot of women in English society, and the same transposal was made by writers as diverse as Scott and Charlotte Bronte.(39) Rousseau, after all, in fashioning his model of womanhood in Emile, had found a finishing touch in the compliment 'fit for the harem';(40) and odalisque-like compliance forms one strand in the complex fantasies of Richardson's Lovelace.(41) It was while Byron was courting the intellectual Annabella Milbanke (who out-Harlowed Clarissa Harlowe)(42) that he wrote his Turkish tales, and in them he continually dramatizes the crushing effects of male oppression:
The report, adopted on February 3, says: "having regard to the absent or incomplete contributions from some of the Member States, the Commission could acquire only a superficial impression of the state of transposal of this Framework Decision.
Booth 1447 * The Transposal System collects and disposes of infectious liquid waste in a closed system, completely eliminating the staff's risk of occupational exposure.