Yet, as a whole, the events that transpired between 1900 and 2000 B.C.E. still manage to confound the contemporary imagination.
The mosque, the Islamic Society of Boston, does not have a regular imam, so it is difficult to say with certainty what transpired.
As it transpired, Dylan had performed songs in Shanghai that had supposedly been “dropped” in Beijing.
Many of us have watched in horror at the events as they have transpired in this suburb of St. Louis.
Detectives and crime scene investigators worked into the night seeking to piece together exactly what transpired next.
Henry's third wife was, it transpired, a melancholy failure.
It has transpired that the one dream of his life was to hear Mr. Balfour abused.
While they are on the steamer homeward bound events have transpired in Ben's old home which require to be noted.
A very long interval had transpired since they had eaten their slight breakfast.
Laurence to condemn what had transpired and to follow their views.
1590s, "pass off in the form of a vapor or liquid," from Middle French transpirer (mid-16c.), from Latin trans- "through" (see trans-) + spirare "to breathe" (see spirit). Figurative sense of "leak out, become known" is recorded from 1741, and the erroneous meaning "take place, happen" is almost as old, being first recorded 1755. Related: Transpired; transpiring.