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convert

(kŏn-vĕrt′) [L. convertere, to turn around]
In cardiology, to change an arrhythmia to a normal heart rhythm, either spontaneously or with drugs or electricity.
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Converts, however, tended to be based elsewhere, with only two convert offenders residing in New York, one in New Jersey and none in Florida.
From this point of view, it is very important to ask Muslim communities to recognize their brothers' religious freedom so that they can convert and live freely.
D its engine converts energy at a higher rate than your body can.
Although the Iogen plant has used only wheat straw as a feedstock, the Purdue yeast could efficiently convert xylose from cornstalks, wood chips, and cardboard to ethanol in their processing facility.
The next stage was to establish the tasks involved to convert a pattern.
And if you want to convert the text into a table, highlight the text; go onto the Toolbar and click on Table, Convert Text to Table, Create Table, adjust the settings, and click OK.
in Carle Place, Long Island, spent $23,000 to convert a large vacuum former, plus another $10,000 for installation and gas piping to the machine, and got a $9300 rebate from Long Island Lighting Co.
In the event a Converting Stockholder tenders shares and later decides that it does not want to convert shares, such Converting Stockholder will need to make arrangements with Continental to withdraw the tender.
It turns a lot of us off because it sounds like you're kind of pushing people around, telling them what they need and inviting them to convert to Jesus Christ.
First, he said that steps taken by the Church to canonize or beatify well-known Jewish converts to Catholicism were unwelcome by Jews; second, he criticized the enthusiasm among Vatican officials for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ; and, third, he argued that Jewish-Catholic dialogue should not be viewed too optimistically, saying, "The ideal is far from the reality" (Nat.
Taxpayers are permitted to convert IRAs to Roth IRAs.
Taxpayers who already have a traditional IRA can convert part or all of it to a Roth IRA if their adjusted gross income doesn't exceed $100,000.