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use "transmute" in a sentence

At the height of their power, Alchemists claimed the ability to transmute metals and create living creatures of flame.

Wrath asks Al to transmute the two of them so he can open the gate, Al complies.

Dorothy Walker writes: 'Le Brocquy's peonies are the
translucent perspex box placed on top of the original Edwardian building.

Apple's use of translucent candy-colored plastics inspired similar designs in other consumer devices.

The McFarlane Collector's Club also made an LP release available to members featuring the standard album art and translucent red discs.

The deep blue and the dark ruby red are equally extraordinary, and that is due to the brilliancy of the wool, which is firmer and, so to say, more transparent than silk, and makes one think of translucent enamel." Readers and printers Desktop readers are boxes with a translucent screen at the front on to which is projected an image from a microform.

Some games (such as Pokémon Crystal ) were released in specially colored cartridges, as had been done before, but the new colors remained translucent.

The toy was later re-issued in Japan in 2001, with black-and-gold and translucent "ghost" variants, and again in 2003, redecorated into a more cartoon-accurate color scheme.

They were created out of thin, translucent leather usually taken from the belly of a donkey.

The day before they hatch, the egg turns from milky yellow to translucent white.

Its hair is translucent with only the tips carrying black pigment, a feature that gets lost when out-crossed to other colored Persians.

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