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tranz mit

  • v  transfer to another
  • v  transmit or serve as the medium for transmission
  • v  broadcast over the airwaves, as in radio or television
  • v  send from one person or place to another
    transmit a message

  • It took only two minutes to transmit a page, and with practice the crews whipped through a whole ten-page issue in 35 minutes, including time to change pages.
  • This is where the tribe comes to transmit wisdom, embed expectations, confess, conspire, forgive, repair.
  • Short hairs, which are located on the front of the snout, transmit higher frequencies and vibrate fastest, while longer whiskers, which are further back, move slower and transmit .
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  • Jesse Jackson in International Herald Tribune
    Jackson called the firing "a victory for public decency. No one should use the public airwaves to transmit racial or sexual degradation."
  • Fabio Capello in
    He's not going to be our permanent captain. I'm not going to name the permanent captain before the Andorra match,Capello told a news conference through a translator. "Steven is important for all the players because he can transmit things...
  • Clifford Nass in Forbes
    What emoticons do is essentially provide a mechanism to transmit emotion when you don't have the voice,Nass said.

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