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Over the last few years, Section 230 of the 1996 US Communications Decency Act has metamorphosed from a little-known subset of regulations about the internet into a major rallying point for both the right and left.
HOW A DEMOCRATIC PLAN TO REFORM SECTION 230 COULD BACKFIREBOBBIE JOHNSONFEBRUARY 8, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Any little Accident from without may metamorphose his Fancy, and push him upon a new set of Thoughts.
A SHORT VIEW OF THE IMMORALITY, AND PROFANENESS OF THE ENGLISH STAGEJEREMY COLLIER
How metamorphose a passage of dialect into the power of gravitation, and a silent corollary into a flash of lightning?
STUDIES OF CHRISTIANITYJAMES MARTINEAU
Your desire for profits, which is sheer selfishness, you metamorphose into altruistic solicitude for suffering humanity.
THE IRON HEELJACK LONDON
Now the pitcher, as this is called, is not a new organ, but simply a metamorphose of a leaf.
VESTIGES OF THE NATURAL HISTORY OF CREATIONROBERT CHAMBERS
The Metamorphose is forcible, perhaps it has more force and wit than elegance.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 2 NO 4, OCTOBER, 1862VARIOUS
The example of animals that metamorphose demonstrates the impossibility of this theory.
PLOTINOS: COMPLETE WORKS, V. 1PLOTINOS (PLOTINUS)
I promised to metamorphose all these ladies: could I choose a form more graceful and pleasing?
MEMOIRS OF ROBERT-HOUDIN, AMBASSADOR, AUTHOR AND CONJURERJEAN HENRI ROBERT-HOUDIN
Flowers or fish or animals can metamorphose themselves, for a time, into astral men.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
The word metamorphose comes from the Greek; meta means after or over; morphe is form.
BIRDS AND ALL NATURE VOL VII, NO. 2, FEBRUARY 1900VARIOUS

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