transition

[Noun] The act of changing from one state to another.
Example: It was hoped there would be a peaceful transition from dictatorship to democracy.
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transition

[n] - a change from one place or state or subject or stage to another 2. [n] - a musical passage moving from one key to another 3. [n] - a passage that connects a topic to one that follows
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Transition

Describes a period of change that a child or young person may experience in education, such as starting nursery, primary or secondary education and changing or leaving school. There are also transitions which may not be planned, such as an exclusion from education and school closures. Education authorities must help children and young people with a
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transition

1. Passage from one place or state to another; charge; as, the transition of the weather from hot to cold. 'There is no death, what seems so is transition.' (Longfellow) ... 2. A direct or indirect passing from one key to another; a modulation. ... 3. A passing from one subject to another. '[He] with transition sweet, new speech resumes.' (Milton)
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transition

noun a passage that connects a topic to one that follows
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transition

noun the act of passing from one state or place to the next
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Transition

• (n.) Passage from one place or state to another; charge; as, the transition of the weather from hot to cold. • (n.) A passing from one subject to another. • (n.) A direct or indirect passing from one key to another; a modulation. • (n.) Change from one form to another.
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Transition

(from the article `African literature`) In East Africa in the 1960s, written literature was only just coming to birth; and the literary review Transition (Kampala, Uganda, 1961–68) played ...
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transition

(from the article `Jolas, Eugene and Maria`) American founders, with Elliot Paul, of the revolutionary literary quarterly transition.
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transition

alteration of a physical system from one state, or condition, to another. In atomic and particle physics, transitions are often described as being ... [16 related articles]
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Transition

The process of converting from a centrally planned, non-market economy to a market economy.
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Transition

In architecture, transition is a term employed in reference to medieval architecture, while it is in progress of changing from one style to another. There are three periods of transition: from the Romanesque, or Norman, style to the Early English; from the Early English to the Decorated; and from the Decorated to the Perpendicular. Buildings erecte
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transition

the shift from offense to defense.
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Transition

The point in a synchrotron machine's cycle at which all particles, regardless of their slight differences in momentum, take exactly the same amount of time to circle the machine. At this point the phase of the RF voltage with respect to the synchronous particle must be changed for the beam to remain stable. The energy at which this occurs is determ
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transition

element of a function chart allowing the transit from a preceding step to the following step with a transition condition associated with the transition NOTE 1 - A transition is enabled if all the immediately preceding steps, connected to this transition by directed links, are active. NOTE 2 - A transition is cleared if it is enabled, and if its ass
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transition

a transient phenomenon separating two successive signal elements having different significant conditions in a discretely-timed signal
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transition

passage from one combination to another without total interruption of the motor current
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Transition

Commonly used to refer to the change from secondary school to postsecondary programs, work, and independent living typical of young adults. Also used to describe other periods of major change such as from early childhood to school or from more specialized to mainstreamed settings
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Transition

The last part of the first phase of labor that takes place prior to the pushing stage. This stage is often the shortest phase of labor, but one of the hardest. During the transition stage, contractions become extremely strong and the duration and frequency is less predictable, often giving the laboring woman very little rest in between. It is com..
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transition

Type: Term Pronunciation: tran-si′shŭn Definitions: 1. Passage from one condition or one part to another. 2. In polynucleic acid, replacement of a purine base by another purine base or a pyrimidine base by a different pyrimidine.
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Transition

An area of a bob track that goes from a straight area into a curve.
Found on http://www.cbc.ca/olympics/history/story/2009/11/25/spo-glossary-bobsleigh.

Transition

Part of the ramp that takes you from vertical to horizontal.
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transition

the angle arching between the 'flat' and the 'vert' of the wall
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TRANSITION

Part of a bank/ramp that inclines in an upward direction.
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transition

1. The movement between two consecutive obstacles on a course. 2. When a handler communicates to the dog that it needs to go from highway to city movement (or vice versa) or switch between handler and obstacle focus.
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