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transpose something (from something) (to something)

 and transpose something (from something) (into something)
to change something, usually in music, from one musical key to another. Can you transpose this from F-sharp to a higher key? It would be easy to transpose it into a higher key.
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Thirty eight patients with CKD in whom transposed Brachio-basilic fistulae were created as vascular access, were included in this study.
It can be transposed to Valse Triste--further details above for Colorado.
All cardinals from 1900 to 1999 can be transposed to three or four words (none to two words).
Commission Directive 94/2/EC on energy consumption labelling of household electric refrigerators, freezers and combinations thereof has still not been transposed by Italy.
In its judgement of 25 November, the court notes that during the period covered by the application, the deadline for transposition of the Working Time Directive (2003/88 codifying Directive 93/104) had expired and that Land Saxony-Anhalt had not transposed it into its internal law in regard to fire fighters employed in an operational service (these provisions were not transposed until 1 January 2008).
The directive should have been fully transposed into national law by 1 April 2007.
Poland should have transposed Directive 2000/43/EC banning discrimination based on race or ethnic origin ten years ago, but has not yet done so in spite of several European Commission warnings.
According to the European Commission, by this date only six member states (Belgium, Germany, Hungary, Austria, Portugal and Romania) had fully transposed it.
Greece and Poland have only partially transposed the directive into national law while the Netherlands and Portugal have not taken any transposition measures yet.
Belgium's Flemish region has not transposed EU Directive 2001/42/EC on strategic environmental assessment (Case C-2006/05), while Italy's transposition of the Water Framework Directive 2000/60/EC (Case C-2005/085) is still incomplete.
The Directive was due to be transposed into national law by July 3, 1988.--This 1985 Directive has been substantially modified by a 1997 Directive (Council Directive 97/11/EC of March 3, 1997 amending Directive 85/337/EEC on the assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment) which was due to be transposed by March 14, 1999.
They were transposed temporarily into Community law through Regulations EC 40/2008 and EC 43/2009, which establish fishing opportunities for 2008 and 2009 in Community waters and for Community vessels in waters where catch limitations are required.
Having observed that the Directive has yet to be transposed onto national statutes, the Court of Justice upheld the Commission's appeal and condemned Belgium for failing to comply with its obligations.
The European Commission's Internal Market Scoreboard for 2009, published solely in English this year, shows an increase in the number of member states that still needato ensure internal market directives are correctly transposed. Currently, an average of 49 directives are not correctly imposed, with Poland, Italy, Greece, Luxembourg and Portugal, in that order, being the worst offenders.
Cottigny's report says that while certain states have already transposed the said directive, it was not done in an appropriate manner: a"[Implementation] has taken place in a minimal or deliberately vague manner or not at all".