The act of modifying confirmed collection of items in friends.

Mathematics A rearrangement of components of a set.

A one-to-one mapping from a finite set-to itself.

An ordering of a finite group of distinct elements.

A transformation of a group's prime form, by making use of one or more of particular operations, specifically, transposition, inversion, and retrograde.

The act of permuting; change of this thing for the next; shared transference; interchange.

The arrangement of any determinate quantity of things, as units, items, letters, etc., throughout possible instructions, one after the other; -- labeled as also alternation. Cf. Blend, n., 4.

anybody of these possible arrangements.

Barter; exchange.

Interchange; concurrent changes; mutual change; change in general.

Exchange; barter.

In math, a linear arrangement of items caused by an alteration of their purchase.

In philology, the mutation or interchange of consonants, specially of allied consonants.

the act of altering the arrangement of confirmed number of elements

work of altering the lineal purchase of items in friends

a meeting by which a very important factor is substituted for the next

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