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metamorphose into

To change into a drastically different form, appearance, or character; to undergo a transformation into someone or something new. Few would believe these this ugly, creepy little larvae could metamorphose into the cute ladybugs we all know and love. After the massive investment, the small start-up company metamorphosed into a huge operation with a sizeable global influence.

metamorphose into something

to transform into something. This ugly caterpillar will surely metamorphose into something beautiful At about eighteen, Wally metamorphosed into a reasonably handsome young man.
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Une relecture de lensemble de lreuvre sous cet angle donnerait sans doute des resultats tres interessants; mais je me bornerai ici a definir quelques elements qui suggerent que la poesie ovidienne, et en particulier les Metamorphoses, sont sous-tendues par l'idee du sublime.
The lower initial response in Experiment IV was an intended outcome of our experimental design, as we wished to begin testing the responses of larvae that were just becoming competent to metamorphose; by the third assay in that experiment, over 90% of larvae were competent to metamorphose.
Notons que, comme dans la plupart des recits medievaux qui traitent de la metamorphose, la transformation d'Estonne en bete n'est pas elle-meme decrite.
From a single batch of developing larvae, a subset was induced to metamorphose every day beginning 3 days after fertilization.
The subject of this contract is the performance of the temporary exhibition "marie-antoinette, metamorphoses of an image" at the conciergerie, paris, to be presented to the public from wednesday, october 16, 2019 to sunday, january 26, 2020.The description of services and their technical specifications are indicated in the special technical clauses (cctp).
Garcia presents a critical-textual commentary on Book XIII of Ovid's Metamorphoses as a basic tool for establishing a text for subsequent internal and external analysis.
(5) Germane to my broader argument is the fact that Lyly's extant dramatic corpus is also remarkable for what critics have often recognized as its 'clear and sizeable debt to the myths of the Metamorphoses'.
From Mantegna himself, to Piero di Cosimo, Pollaiuolo, Botticelli, to Titian's Poesie--to name only a few--the Metamorphoses was the ultimate sourcebook for artists.
Jon Delogu (Professor of English, Universite Jean Moulin, Lyon 3, in France), "The Metamorphoses of Fat: A History of Obesity" is enhanced with the inclusion of forty-eight pages of Notes, and a twelve page Index.
The National's Aaron Dessner commented: "We are very excited to explore the creative possibilities of the Metamorphoses project, setting the words of others to music and bringing communities together to fight poverty.
The aim of his analysis, as stated in the introduction, is broad and ambitious, namely 'to show how the Metamorphoses works as a piece of literature, to explore its poetics, as well as the ways in which questions of production and reception are reflected in the text' (v).
Based loosely on Jason and the Argonauts, About a Girl is the third book in McCarry's Metamorphoses trilogy.
In this book Lorna Robinson takes Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Cien anos de soledad as a basis for exploring magical realism in Ovid's Metamorphoses. In her introduction, Robinson gives an excellent lengthy history of the term "magical realism," from the arts to a modern technological world.
The "geometric structure immediately disturbs the viewer's navigation of space, a sculpture that is based on the paths walked by the performers in the Metamorphoses series," was a large piece of patterned wood.
A part of the ongoing Bhartendu Natya Utsav 2013 at Shri Ram Centre, ' Metamorphoses' is a well- woven, well- staged production ready to charm theatre lovers this Sunday.