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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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On the one hand, Levin describes a large group of alternations that are all subsumed under the term "locative alternation," which depicts types of alternation that affect arguments within the verb phrase but do not imply a change in the transitivity of the verb.
Spontaneous alternation in rats refers to animal natural tendency to spontaneously choose alternate arms in the T-maze assay (9).
First, the accumulated alternations in states are negatively and significantly related to corruption.
As long as the consistence of verb forms is more diverse than that of nouns, there are more possibilities for combining alternations by verbs.
The framework of alternations as put forward by Kastovsky (1968) constitutes a double synthesis: firstly, of contrasts motivated by ablaut and by other phenomena and, secondly, of synchronic and diachronic facts.
Semantic Representation of the Verbs Join and Attach: Structural Patterns and Alternations
The first factor of the EFA groups the two indicators of BR: perceptive alternations (the number of times that the visual percept changes, reported by the observer), and the duration of exclusive dominances (the time in ms that the percept remains in visual awareness).
But from the point of view of yin-yang alternation and interaction, the emergence of "a wolf" is an ill omen of a danger ahead that the little girl will have to encounter when she goes beyond the limits of the yin-yang balance.
The dependent variable is the mean percentage of correct alternations.
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The alternation between the rapidity with which change happens or memory takes us backward and the slowness of our own choices and perceptions is captured both in the sequencing of the poems and the tempo alternations between very fast (1.
Works of body art have traditionally reflected rites of passage, served as group identifiers, and made people confirm to a cultural code and social standard outsiders rarely understand, so it's timely that cultural anthropologist John Rush examines different processes and procedures of radical physical alternations in different cultures, from branding to tattooing and self-inflicted pain.
Results indicate that response inhibition errors relate inversely to educational attainment, while correct alternations and left nostril smell identification correlate positively.
Then point your toes and alternate touching the big toes to the floor until you complete sixteen alternations.
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