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Trans`pos´al


n.1.The act of transposing, or the state of being transposed; transposition.
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Romania's journey within the European Union has been marked by a context of successive crises for Europe (a constitutional one-see the rejection of the Constitutional Treaty by France and the Netherlands and the transposal of many of its provisions into the Lisbon Treaty-, an economic and financial one, a leadership crisis and even an existential one).
1 ml of ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid (EDTA) were mixed together by transposal and equilibrated to 25C [13].
But, as the government's position in the Microsoft case suggests, this seemingly straightforward transposal of the rules applicable to drones and guns to the world of data is contestable.
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The next big test on the implementation of EU texts that are key for companies will be the transposal, by 16 March 2013, of Directive 2011/7/EC on late payments.
Actually I prefer to read them in the eighteenth-century edition because therein lies a trail of evidence which transposal into a digitalized version considerably obscures (not to mention the mistakes made by the keyboarder).