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Right now, hydrogen is high-carbon, and expensive—not exactly a promising state for a transformative, low-carbon fuel.

Acquired in a surprise March trade after the San Francisco 49ers decided they couldn’t meet the young Pro Bowler’s asking price on an extension, Buckner has had a transformative impact on the Colts’ defense.

I continue to think big and look for transformative opportunities in business and in life.

We seek to accelerate projects that offer not only solutions but plans for rapid implementation—projects that are transformative, broad in scope, and large in ambition.

The coinciding pieces of legislation would prove transformative.

I agree with Digital Foundry when they say backward compatibility for some games can be a “transformative” experience.

To put it plainly, the discovery that monoamine neurotransmitters control epigenetic regulation of genes is transformative for basic science and medicine.

Bringing in a transformative designer like Ive could help soothe investor confidence as Airbnb plans for an IPO in the travel industry’s most turbulent year to date.

He also talked up the “potential of microbial fermentation” as a transformative alternative to traditional means of agriculture that are more time- and cost-intensive.

The news was hailed as transformative by advocates of decentralized currencies such as Bitcoin.

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