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transition

1. verb To make a change to one's external gender presentation to align with one's internal gender identity. The process of transitioning can include many different actions, either individually or in combination, such as changing one's name or undergoing medical intervention, such as sex reassignment surgery or hormone replacement therapy. She plans to transition by doing hormone replacement therapy.
2. noun The process of making such a change. The hardest part of my transition was not having the full support of some of my friends, unfortunately.
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The Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue takes place at the invitation of the Federal Government and is organized jointly with the German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE), the German Solar Energy Industry Association (BSW-Solar), the German Energy Agency (dena) and eclareon.
'During that one year sino ang magbabudget ng money ng gobeyrno, 'yung transition commission?
"Kung gusto po ni Presidenteng manatili sa posisyon, hindi na niya sana hiningi sa consultative committee na maglagay ng transitory provision na ang transition leader dapat ihalal [If the President wanted to stay in power, he would not have asked the consultative committee to put a transitory provision that the transition leader should be elected].
Under the revised draft, the transition president, vice president and members of the tramsition commission will also be ineligible to run for any public office in the May 2022 elections.
Northern Trust has a 30-year track record of providing transition management services.
Collaboration among professionals has long been touted as a strategy to improve the postsecondary transition trajectory of individuals with disabilities (e.g., Hasazi, Furney, & DeStefano, 1999; IRI, 2002; Kohler, 1990; Kohler, 1996; Sax & Noyes, 2008).
In this study, an improved empirical transition method (i.e., Shortest-way) is developed for pretimed or actuated coordinated signal systems.
Within this issue you will find reviews of two books highly relevant to leaders in transition. The first illustrates the opportunity to foster tighter links between strategy and leadership, while the second offers practical advice around emotional agility.
The lack of a well-defined transition process from pediatric to adult-centred care for individuals with SB has resulted in a reported two-thirds of adults with open SB, who require long-term urological followup, neglecting to seek these services.
Since the Pediatric to Adult Care Transitions Initiative launched in spring 2015, project leaders have designed a series of disease-specific tools to enable smoother transition of patients.
Greenlee said she hopes that more pediatricians will start using the tools developed by the initiative, and she recommends reviewing the Got Transition website (www.gottransition.org) and considering how to incorporate transition efforts into practices.
"What's frustrating for families is when they do not receive transition assistance and different physicians use different approaches during this whole process." Reimbursement for transition-related care is an ongoing climb, added Dr.
(9) In these cases, power transition wars are common.
This introductory Transition workshop will address development of self-advocacy and self-determination skills to support the student's vision; how Transition Assessments identify students' strengths and interests as well as areas of academic and functional skill development needed to support Transition goals; and how the Transition Planning Form guides the conversation to develop Transition goals that lead to meaningful opportunities in education, training, employment and independent living.
The transition group included the transition metal ions Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Ag, Cu, Zn, and Hg from the d-block of the periodic table, which can have multiple oxidation states.