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trans·pose

(trans-pōz'),
To transfer one tissue or organ to the place of another and vice versa.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]

trans·pose

(trans-pōz')
To transfer one tissue or organ to the place of another, and the reverse.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]

trans·pose

(trans-pōz')
To transfer one tissue or organ in place of another.
[L. trans-pono, pp. -positus, to place across, transfer]
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At times, it is not entirely clear where Hecht's ideas differ from those of Andrea Most and other scholars of Jews and the Broadway musical, and Hecht would have done well to more clearly position Transposing Broadway within the scholarly corpus.
I recommend using the following process to render transposing instrumental parts to concert pitch:
The Commission has decided to send a letter of formal notice [first stage in infringement proceedings] to France for its failure to comply with the European Court judgement of 8 June (Case C-164/05) on the failure to notify measures transposing into national law Directive 2001/19/EC on the mutual recognition of professional qualifications for several regulated professions.
Spain and Ireland are accused of failing to transpose or to notify the Commission of measures transposing the Directive of 8 October 2001, complementing the European company statutes regarding the involvement of employees (the deadline for transposition expired on 8 October 2004).
It is doing so in spite of recent comments by Germany's Minister for Agriculture and Consumer Protection, Horst Seehofer, indicating that his country will bring forward a bill transposing Directive 2003/33/EC "without delay" (see Europolitics 3107).
The deadline for transposing the legislation into national law was 31 December 2002.
Italy: for failure to transpose Directive 2003/13/EC on the minimum training levels for seamen (reasoned opinion) and for incorrectly transposing Directive 1995/21/EC on Port State Control (reasoned opinion)
According to the EU executive, Germany and Luxembourg have no legislation at all transposing anti-discrimination Directives on race (2000/43/EC), on equal opportunities in employment (2000/78/EC) and equal treatment of men and women in employment and training (2002/73/EC).
Poland's ambassador to the EU, Marek Grela, recently informed the EU Council of Ministers of a judgment on April 27, 2005 which found fault with the national law transposing the 2002 Framework Decision that created the arrest warrant.