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Synonyms for deputize

stand in for


Synonyms for deputize

appoint as a substitute

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Banha University also cancelled the deputising decision within its campus on Saturday following a meeting between the university chairman Ali Shams Al-Din and the deans' council, according to the state television's official website.
And Frost, deputising for Westwood as Darren Maddy's opening partner, perished in the fourth over.
Both me or my mother would not be alive today had GP services not been available on a Saturday morning and there was just a deputising service available like today.
Pleat insists the experience which Republic of Ireland Under- 21 captain Kelly has gained when deputising for Stephen Carr in the Spurs back line over the past few weeks will prove invaluable.
Crowley lost out on the ride on Meggie's Lad in the concluding bumper, Tony McCoy deputising for him on the Venetia Williams-trained newcomer, who was a convincing
Foley, 34, made his Wallabies debut during the 1995 World Cup and helped Australia achieve global supremacy four years later after deputising for injured front - row veteran Phil Kearns.
The Irishman, deputising for the suspended Kieren Fallon, may never have a better chance of equalling the feat on favourite Golan (seen winning the 2000 Guineas).
Larne assistant boss Frankie Parks, deputising for deputising for the absent Kel McDermott, complained: "It's frustrating when you play well and then give goals away so cheaply.
Winning jockey Richard Hills, deputising for Willie Carson, was content to take a lead from Rich In Love for the early part of the race before producing the 1-3 shot two furlongs out to pull clear and win by six lengths.
Ashraf said that in Tuesday's conference, Nassar explained that his decision to cancel deputising university security was a result of the students' demands.
Schumacher is fully committed to deputising for the injured Felipe Massa at the European Grand Prix in Valencia on August 23 and the 40year-old's a rigorous training regime has resulted in him losing over six pounds in weight.
The Spanish rider had started the campaign without a contract, merely deputising in the team for their injured rider James Haydon in the opening two rounds, but he packed the points and earned the ride for the rest of the season.
In much of Teesside the service will be provided (as it is now) by deputising doctors, so no change there either.
Trouble At Bay came from last place to take yesterday's event under Kevin Darley, who was deputising for Richard Hughes.
ROBERT POWER, deputising for the injured Keith Hadnett, earned praise from trainer Tom Hogan after bringing Best Wait with a perfectly timed challenge to land the two-mile handicap hurdle.