transposability


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Noun1.transposability - ability to change sequencetransposability - ability to change sequence    
exchangeability, fungibility, interchangeability, interchangeableness - the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange
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By exploiting line-order transposability (when it is available), palindromists can often generate a number of different versions of a RETEP verse with little effort beyond the making of a few minor textual revisions at the ends of lines.
Such resistance on the part of Amerindian perspectivism to the terms of our epistemological debates casts suspicion on the transposability of the ontological partitions nourishing them.
Toying with the transposability of genocide, he takes the very idea of polite sensibilities and puts them to the test with a spectacle that does not merely risk offending but ventures into the territory of the obscene.
(1) coexistence of explanatory terms (operational definitions of key terms) with first-person experiences of actors (empirical and observational data); (2) coherent compilation of these perspectives (what might be described as analysis and organized presentation); (3) intuitive accessibility--testing the hypothesis and checking the conclusion by prediction, intervention, or transposability (trying out applicability in similar situations).

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