Liberals fear they are being sold a successor to Justice John Paul Stevens who will morph into a fence-sitting Anthony Kennedy.
The curiosity of the strike will morph into parental frustration.
In fact, many still deeply admire the man and hope he could morph into a viable contender in 2016.
Her children, initially portrayed as little kids, morph into young adults burdened by student debt and forced to move back home.
But Apple still faces the challenge of trying to take an old business model and morph it into something new.
I knew he was the only actor who would be willing to morph into the numerous subjects portrayed in the original images.
When the raven-man promises Bran that he will “fly,” does he mean the boy is about to morph into mutant bird as well?
It was then Broadwell got the idea to morph her dissertation material into a book.
Just like the gay community hopes the “coming out” process might morph into in the future.
"ber die Beziehungen zwischen Mammartasche u. Marsupium," morph.
Form; shape; structure: endomorph.
To change one image into another by a computer technique: One of the most popular techniques in TV ads has been to ''morph'' a Democratic rival into Clinton, employing special effects to have the candidate's face change into the President's/ One thing morphs into another before your very eyes (1990s+)
[fr Greek morphe, ''form'']