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1. Despite these new relationships, the fungible nature of oil will limit the extent to which this economic shift eastward translates into a geopolitical one.
2. "Fungible" with respect to goods or securities means goods or securities of which any unit is, by nature or usage of trade, the equivalent of any other like unit.
3. Conclusion Psychotherapy have no fungible action for psychology and physical rehabilitation and sufferer' society function of hypochondriacal neurosis for regain.
4. It can, to some extent, be bought and sold. But it cannot be traded to third parties, and it is not entirely fungible.
5. But it cannot be traded to third parties, and it is not entirely fungible.
6. These three different methods of QE are conceptually distinct but operationally fungible.
7. Brain physics movement is mutual difference, mutual penetrative(Sentencedict.com), mutual invert but can not be mutual fungible.
8. In The Mythical Man-Month, Fred Brooks observed that programmer time is not fungible; adding developers to a late software project makes it later.
9. The industry's heavyweights, too, are working to make computing more fungible.
10. Identifying where the Internet can help your business and whereinvestments will pay off the most is the first step in extracting value fromthis fungible tool.
11. In the traditional view of economists, all money is interchangeable, seamlessly fungible, and "free" from social or cultural influences.
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