Transpositive


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Trans`pos´i`tive


a.1.Made by transposing; consisting in transposition; transposable.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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KBOO continues to air LGBT programming, though, including Preference ("a queer experiment in radio") and Transpositive PDX, which explores "the vibrant activism in Portland reflecting the transgender communities."
However, if transpositive prediction as to the next case based on the past votes of the individual judges on the legal principles at issue is the methodology at play, then one has actually abandoned stare decisis.
And, in a final paradox, feminism's contributions to gender studies were sometimes negated by antifeminist polemics, which intensified in a contemporary context that pitted lesbian feminists in particular against transpositive activists.

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