from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. transaction
- abbr. transitive
- abbr. translated
- abbr. translation
- abbr. transportation
- abbr. transpose
- abbr. transposition
- abbr. transverse
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On June 9, 2010, the US Department of State announced new guidelines for issuing passports to people who identify as trans.
I won't mention which ones I did or didn't like, because I simply don't have time to analyze all of them, but I will talk a little further about two selections that are the standouts of the anthology for me (your mileage may vary): "Post Hoc" by Leslie What and "Emblemata" by Léa Sihol (trans. from the French by Sarah Smith).
Sir Isaac Newton's Mathematical Princi - ples of Natural Philosophy and his System of the World, trans. from the Latin (1687), by Andrew Motte (1729), revised by F. Cajori (Berkeley, 1934); the Latin title Philos - ophiae naturalis principia mathematica (London, 1687) is frequently referred to as Principia.
Anton Gindely, _The Thirty Years 'War_, trans. from the German by
Friends of Peace, trans. from the Danish by P.H. Peckover.
The Ethical Treatises, trans. from the Greek by Stephen
A free trans. from the German of Gerard Anthoine de Halem.
Wiggers, Augustinism and Pelagianism, trans. from the German by
Quim Monzó, trans. from the Catalan by Mary Ann Newman.
Rueben Martínez, trans. from the Spanish by David Unger, illus. by Raúl Colón.