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1 We use saccharin in substitution for sugar.
2 In my experience a straight substitution of carob for chocolate doesn'twork.
3 Thereafter, however, there has been a dominant substitution effect.
4 For addition or substitution of a party,[www.Sentencedict.com] see above.
5 Finally, information-creators will also suffer from substitution.
6 Substitution notes may be diatonic or chromatic.
7 Aid agencies still fear that crop substitution projects will endanger the lives of their staff.
8 That is, the rate of substitution equals the neutral mutation rate.
9 Robson responded with a desperate triple substitution, but it failed to inject any life into his side.
10 Substitution of judgment would also be avoided because the tribunal would determine which precise meaning should be adopted.
11 Domain deletion and substitution mutants of t-PA are not superior thrombolytic agents.
12 We did not condemn empiricism outright, merely its substitution for reality.
13 Substitution drills should concentrate particularly on structural differences between the languages.
14 As we have seen in Section 5.12, isotopic substitution can lead to changes in vibration frequencies.
15 Once again substitution and income effects operate to give a change in the optimum consumption pattern.
16 Even cost reduction, except through material substitution, does not seem to be a focus.
17 One leading international charity attempted a crop substitution project just across the border in Nangrahar province.
18 The substitution of the vendor before the sale would need the consent of each affected employee.
19 I suppose it was just my managerial instinct coming to the fore, but I decided to make a tactical substitution.
20 Wider societal change is important, since the landscape identity can seemingly be preserved by the apparent substitution of space for time.
21 Deformation modes involving hydrogen also drop dramatically in frequency on isotopic substitution.
22 It is possible, as shown, for the output effect to outweigh the substitution effect.
23 The problem was resolved using a trick called isotopic substitution.
24 Many of the professions throughout these levels are vulnerable to wholesale substitution by machine intelligence.
25 For Crespi, getting lost in natural space led to a moment of chagrin followed by an act of substitution.
26 And the fact of our acquiescence in that dominion in substitution for all social and political thought.
27 But with Auerbach the premise of the bust as substitution for the complete human form seems untenable.
28 Some workers did, however, appear to respond as the substitution effect predicted.
29 In 1976 the imposition of price controls on natural gas led to further substitution of oil imports for domestic energy sources.
30 It is not perhaps surprising that the source of substitution should have come from the traditional opposition group, the Bani Hashem.
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