The long march to a transformational presidency takes more patience than the press can muster.
In 1968, Ted Nugent was a lightning rod, a personification of transformational freedom.
Obama campaigned as a transformational figure who wanted to move the country beyond the culture wars.
My senior thesis at Brown University focused on the role of hip-hop in transformational learning for high school students.
Liberals thought they were getting a transformational president.
On the Civil War, he seems equally desperate to oppose slavery and to minimize its transformational impact.
What is transformational about this nuclear posture is that it orients our strategy toward defeating these threats.
This becomes a tidy lesson about the need for “explicit constitutional authority” for contentious, transformational policies.
Nursing as Caring is a transformational model for all arenas.
We have now to ask whether the facts of this transformational history are not capable of another explanation.
transformation trans·for·ma·tion (trāns'fər-mā'shən, -fôr-)
The genetic alteration of a bacterial cell by introduction of DNA from another cell or from a virus.