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to do, use, or occur in successive turns

one that takes the place of another

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someone who takes the place of another person

go back and forth

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exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions

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be an understudy or alternate for a role

reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)

do something in turns

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every second one of a series

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serving or used in place of another

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occurring by turns

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of leaves and branches etc

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Alternately, in broker calls, Applied Materials (Nasdaq:AMAT) was boosted to "overweight" from "neutral," as an analyst cited a likely acceleration in profit during AMAT's second quarter.
Told in the first person alternately by each of the three girls, the primary narrator is Lila, the rebel, who ends up grounded, without a driver's license and enrolled in a Junior Police program.
These large compositions alternately evoke an undersea world and a geometrical arrangement of specimens in silhouette.
In an extraordinary and grueling display, President Clinton's grand jury testimony was broadcast to the nation Monday as a centerpiece in his possible impeachment, with Clinton alternately argumentative and contrite, furious and crestfallen as he dueled with criminal prosecutors over perjury allegations in the White House sex scandal.
The dancers let down their hair, showing off tattoos and neck chains; they flaunt bandannas and bare torsos while alternately strutting with deliberate coolness and rushing with carefree abandon in their hip new black dance sneakers.
Millnski and his co-workers find that stickleback fish that cooperatively check for predators in pairs and then encounter partners who flee during several consecutive predator checks react in Pavlovian fashion -- they alternately cooperate and flee on successive predator searches with defectors.
Alternately, February sales were revised lower to an annual rate of 1.
Louise, continue to live in the family home along with loud and boorish Uncle Isadore Aucoin, an alcoholic who alternately defends and destroys normal family life.
Not quite capable of being ridden (their tracks, after all, are disconnected), they appear as both memory and dream, alternately terrifying and intriguing.
Alternately, add some of flour mixture, then some of buttermilk mixture, until all is incorporated.
They fling one arm out, press the other to the small of their backs, pivot, repeat the sequence, then alternately kelp each other execute it once again.
Easterbrook's theories will alternately offend and please the most ardent conservative or liberal.
Strongly resembling graphite drawings, the works hover ambiguously between media, just as the figures in them appear alternately as pure form and corporeal impression.
But Simon said the state vehicle code mandates that motorists must come to a complete stop and alternately proceed through an intersection when a traffic signal is malfunctioning.
Or, alternately, you could theorize that these marks serve to underline the disjuncture her immense and repetitive fragments convey.