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According to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, the origins of conversion were “Middle English, from Anglo-French convertir, from Latin convertere to turn around, transform, convert, from com- +vertere to turn,” and the first known use was 14th century.
–> Turn Around
–> Transform
–> Turn
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Photo: C.A.H., Preston, England, 2013
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Conversion: Origins

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