Transposed sentence example

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  • The errors checked for are transposed characters, a missing character, and a character too many.

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  • Consideration of the definition of the determinant shows that the value is unaltered when the suffixes in each element are transposed.

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  • Section in front of mouth; the right and left sides are transposed.

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  • It may be added, that if the lines are converted into columns, and the columns into lines, in such a way as to leave the dexter diagonal unaltered, the value of the determinant is unaltered; the determinant is in this case said to be transposed.

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  • In more general terms, the bells ABC have been transposed into cab.

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  • No government has transposed the UN charter into national law, for example.

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  • All member states should have transposed the directive into national law by July 2005.

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  • Alma redemptoris mater is an anonymous setting by an unknown composer, here transcribed and transposed for soprano, alto and tenor solo voices.

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  • J.K.A. Everard and C.D. Broomfield " Transposed flicker noise suppression in microwave oscillators using feedforward amplifiers.

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  • European Directives on midwifery, adopted 20 years ago, have yet to be fully transposed into national law.

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  • A pub table was then transposed over the moving image to create the dramatic scene.

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  • Eleven member states have still not transposed the directive with serious implications for the industry.

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  • The ages of each are often transposed and even the races are occasionally interchanged.

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  • The provisions of Directive 2004 had to be transposed into national law by 30 October 2005.

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  • The songbook comes with bonus CD-ROM which enables all 33 songs to be transposed into any key.

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  • Or something can be transposed into a familiar setting with the same effect.

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  • Protest when the laws are not transposed correctly into national legislation or when they are breached.

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  • In addition, you can create your own message or poem that will be transposed over the picture for a very special announcement and memento of your new baby.

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  • Photos are often transposed onto fabrics to give an authentic looks, while others are abstract artistic interpretations.

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  • A beach scene can be as simple as the ocean and beach with a red umbrella in the sand or as elegant as a hand-painted canvas transposed onto fabric.

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  • Remember that spell check programs won't catch things such as transposed letters that still make legitimate words (e.g., form/from) or homonyms that are misused.

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  • The program won't catch things such as transposed letters that still make legitimate words (e.g., form/from) or homonyms that are misused.

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  • On NPR, there is a sad but somewhat amusing story of a man whose tattoo should read "Bad Boy" but a couple of the lower characters are transposed.

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  • You'd be surprised how many times people miss simple typos like transposed digits in phone numbers or an extra letter in someone's name.

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  • Her transposed humor brought waves of laughter around the room.

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  • In the "Monk's Tale" a block of 88 lines (3565-3652) is transposed in most MSS.

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