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(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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In fact, in three of the years between 2007 and 2011, and in eight of the years between 1997 and 2011, (2) converts committed a higher proportion of AQROs than non-converts.
Question: How many Muslim converts to Christianity are there in Italy?
The engine converts gasoline's chemical energy (energy stored in chemical compounds) into mechanical energy to rotate the machine's front wheel and tow the skater.
Under the agreement, the latter's Lancashire, United Kingdom operations will convert about 50 million kilograms of Cameco's uranium over the next decade.
In contrast, the cellulose found in cornstalks and other types of cellulosic biomass contains not only glucose, but also the sugar xylose, which Saccharomyces cannot convert to ethanol because it lacks the enzymes to do so.
I refer to the vast literature written by converts from Judaism to Christianity.
I'll answer your question about the Tab key and show you how to get around the problem, but I suspect you'd feel more comfortable not working in a table at all; so I'll also tell you how to convert from table data to text and vice-versa.
Taxpayers who convert a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) to a Roth IRA normally have until the extended due date of their tax returns to recharacterize the Roth IRA back to a traditional IRA.
Catalytic combustion heating-which converts natural gas to energy in a flameless catalytic reaction--isn't exactly new.
In some ways, the Easterlings are the exception to the rule: Most adult converts come to the Catholic Church through marriage or family connections.