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These words, too, he transforms more or less, keeping them in harmony with the forms peculiar to the langue d'oc.FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
It transforms them into Divinities, whose caprices the nations never dare to resist.SUPERSTITION IN ALL AGES (1732)JEAN MESLIER
That is the provision that is claimed transforms the Government into a monster of iniquity.SPEECH OF JOHN HOSSACK, CONVICTED OF A VIOLATION OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAWJOHN HOSSACK
It is possessor of the magic which transforms plain things into loveliness.AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD
In those cases the imagination transforms these facts into images, which are true dreams.A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
Her grief-stricken mother gets a paralytic stroke which transforms her into a sort of living corpse.CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN NOVELISTSSERGE PERSKY
Thus, the interpreter, confusing the points of situation, transforms the monologue into a stump speech.BROWNING AND THE DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES. S. CURRY
Thought stands over against the sensuous object, transforms the object into a logical construction of meaning.AN INTERPRETATION OF RUDOLF EUCKEN'S PHILOSOPHYW. TUDOR JONES
"Gula, whom the sculptor transforms into a goddess," Ledscha interrupted, with a sneering laugh.ARACHNE, COMPLETEGEORG EBERS
The electric motor is a machine which transforms the energy of an electric current into mechanical energy or motion.PHYSICSWILLIS EUGENE TOWER

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