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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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Transitionally, in What Tool Must I Use To Separate The Earth From The Sky, Gonzalez's young storyteller appears prepared to tell a story.
Conservatives who make peace with the New Deal accept the legitimacy of government programs to help the small minority of citizens who are chronically unable to fend for themselves and the larger minority occasionally and transitionally unable to do so.
Flows considered here are transitionally rough, and correlations are not available for this flow regime.
Of the youth served, more than 90 percent live in low-income, single-parent families, one out of three have a parent in prison, and dozens are transitionally homeless.
I see permanence and change, unity and plurality, and necessity and chance as correlatives and things as transitionally segregated bundles of potentialities (See n.
Transitionally, the sheer mimicry of Europeans on individualistic or economic fronts may lead to another call for respect, modeled after a Pan-African or Negritude ideal, since mimicry does no more than exhibit how deeply oppressive thoughts have been absorbed.
Particular categories of product growth that we see are in gourmet, functional, and transitionally patterned product, as well as better flatware under our Heritage and Royal Doulton Brands."
Production package is slick, with handheld 35ram following the vidshot original and transitionally grainy second chapter.
O'Bannon (89) concerned the Pennsylvania Welfare Reform Act of 1982, which divided the state's welfare recipients into two classes: "chronically needy" and "transitionally needy." (90) The act provided for increased benefits to the first, more seriously disadvantaged, group to be paid for by reducing benefits to the less seriously disadvantaged.
Staffordshire would lose a similar amount to Warwickshire under the arrangements, which will be brought in transitionally, while Worcestershire would lose slightly less.
In the first year after the revision, the surcharge would be transitionally limited to 2 million yen or 0.002 percent of the market capitalization.
Working with the National Coalition for the Homeless, the National Association of Housing Cooperatives crafted legislation for an outside-the-box response--a three-year program to develop housing co-ops for the working poor and transitionally homeless through Hollie Mae, a new homelessness to homeownership mutual mortgage corporation.
Removing the time and guesswork for homeowners who want to match an overall room design, the Serif Suite is a perfectly coordinated collection of transitionally designed bathing fixtures.
Aggregate growth in demand will be curbed somewhat by the limiting effect of a transitionally stronger exchange rate on exports, which are expected to increase by 0.6 and 0.2 percentage points less in 2004 and 2005, respectively.