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use "transfixed" in a sentence

The paper then passes over the print drum, at which time the image is transferred, or transfixed, to the page.

In the apse of the church, he set his eyes upon a mosaic of Jesus Christ that transfixed him.

In an interview with Tomine said that "Something about the medium just
are expected to transcribe the four-part vocal score for their instrument of choice.

This allowed her to experience visions and through muscle memory transcribe a complex algebraic equation for a longitude and latitude, the location of the Sphere of Life.

Scott attempted to transcribe the Latin inscription on the silver rim of the cup.

System to transcribe chess games into music.

Appropriate scripts on clients (called "components") transcribe the resources into configuration files and restart services as needed.

Hunziker et al. find complementary distribution between homorganic NC clusters, which occur only medially (there are no word-final nasal consonants), and nasal vowels, which they only transcribe word finally.

Nevertheless, it is a common practice to transcribe traditional tunes, both for the purpose of preserving melodies and as a learning tool.

It is even possible to transcribe music in between the lines of text.

He began to travel widely, both to attend musical events and to seek out and transcribe the songs of more exotic birds.

Kida discovers that Milo can read and speak the Atlantean language, something that her people have long forgotten, and enlists his help to transcribe ancient murals that can be used to save the city.

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