Verb(1) be born anew in another body after death(2) move from one country or region to another and settle there
(1) A prerequisite for invasiveness is the ability of pneumococci to transmigrate and to disseminate through the epithelial and endothelial layers and to breach the blood-brain barrier.(2) The cycle, like the universe, is believed to have no beginning or end and individuals transmigrate from one existence to the next in accordance with their karma or moral conduct.(3) they might transmigrate to those settlements(4) his spirit would transmigrate into another being(5) Leukocytes may adhere, transmigrate , release proteases, cause additional endothelial injury, and lead to the development of inflammatory changes in the vessel wall.(6) A distinctive belief is that souls transmigrate (are reincarnated) from generation to generation.(7) It is the story of four people who live and die in succession, bearing the same birthmark and experiencing transmigratory dreams revealed to the lawyer-scholar Honda.(8) Naturally, he regarded the pagan Platonists as mistaken in accepting polytheism, everlasting world-cycles, and the transmigration of souls.(9) In other regions where the Javanese have been transmigrated , there have been similar outbreaks of violence, though not as serious.(10) In other teachings the doctrine of transmigration went with an elaborate view of the spiritual cosmos within which transmigration occurs.(11) The researchers found that changes in the diet of a South Asian transmigratory population may be associated with an increase in incidence of childhood diabetes.(12) In Japan, Jizo is the much loved form of the Bodhisattva of the underworld; he is the emanation of compassion which guides and protects transmigrators into and out of life.(13) There are many European traditions, from Procopius onwards, which think of Britain as an island of the dead, a resting-place for transmigrating souls.(14) The ultimate result of this transmigration from one body to the next is that we have tied one more knot in the rope of attachment which binds us to this material world.(15) The school of materialism called the Charvaka (also called Lokayat) did not believe in the cycle of rebirth and transmigration .(16) Its collage and essayistic structure enabled me to explore intricate, allusive ideas of postcolonial dislocation, cultural mistranslation and transmigratory spaces.
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