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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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The emergence of these alternations in the shape in which they surface in Old English entailed the following phonological developments:
All alternations we have seen so far are various cases of stem alternations, and we have been able to identify a few common vowel alternations in SP that some way or another are related to accent.
Beracochea and Jafford (1987) showed a decline in alternation across a series of four massed trials and a rebound in accuracy on a fifth trial when the maze was altered with a cardboard insert.
STATIC complementary distribution is thus a lexical (morphemic) phonotactic regularity: there are no synchronic alternations involved by which allomorphs dynamically conform to phonotactic constraints.
2), that by measuring four currents just prior to each of four successive alternations of the stimulus voltage, the value of the background current, its slope and curvature may be corrected for in calculating the change in current.
Home business owners must pay a $150 annual license fee, employees must be residents of the home, no more than 10 percent of the home can be used for business purposes, and house additions or alternations that will be used for home businesses are not permitted.
2) consonantal alternations, such as bastan/band(3)
The District Court ruled that the undue burden defense is limited to instances of modifying existing programs and facilities, not where new construction or alternations are undertaken.
Amex:VSR) announced it had successfully completed an Air Force task order for the design of additions and alternations to the Richard I.
In Estonian, grade alternation is not only restricted to stop consonants but includes more broadly stem alternations.
Llandaff Post Office will undergo major alternations as part of a pounds 35,000 programme.
presents a textbook introducing all the major notions of phonology, including phonemes, allophones, processes, alternations, rule ordering, historical change, and acquiring first and second languages.
Besides, this work seeks to establish adequate criteria to identify the conative construction and provides insights into the distribution of diathetic alternations associated to the conative construction in Old English.
An emphasis on behavioral function emerges in chapters discussing topics that include: the history of neurophsychology; methods of investigating the brain; assessment and diagnosis; the functioning brain (encompassing neurons, cerebral specialization, somatosensory and memory systems, and vision and language, among other components); and disorders of the brain, including those related to childhood development, learning, cerebrovascular conditions, traumatic head injury, aging and dementia, and alternations of consciousness.
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