noninterchangeable


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such that the terms of an expression cannot be interchanged without changing the meaning

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The facility looks like a gas station, with stand-alone dispensers that deliver pure gaseous hydrogen at discrete pressures through noninterchangeable nozzles.
Included in the Safety/Monitoring section is information on therapeutic drug levels, monitoring parameters, noninterchangeable forms, and pregnancy and lactation information.
On the other hand, historians, sociologists, philologists, and theologians are, as already noted, in every case noninterchangeable individuals.
Once "matched," the two components are noninterchangeable.
A distinguishing feature of more complex entities is heterogeneity among their component parts, and measures of that heterogeneity are the degree to which these parts are noninterchangeable, and the degree to which they can be displaced or lost entirely without substantially altering the whole.
Species adapt and speciate, and both of these functions would be profoundly impaired by a degree of complexity that rendered parts either noninterchangeable or indispensable.
multiple differentiated products The question here is whether the product in issue is really one homogeneous product or whether a product category consists of multiple noninterchangeable products.
The second approach argues that any expansion of strategic possibilities would most likely generate larger Battle of the Sexes-type games with a multiplicity of nonequivalent, noninterchangeable equilibria.
Notwithstanding this complaint, Goodwin conjoins to her claim about equal entitlement four further premises: (1) that moral desert is illusory, or at least that rewarding desert is too difficult because desert is hard to measure; (2) that people's abilities are approximately equal; (3) that the abundance of discrete, noninterchangeable goods and opportunities precludes making everybody's situation the same; and (4) that people are fairly risk-averse, leading them to favor a narrow band of incomes and a relatively high minimum.
If you buy a scope with a noninterchangeable eyepiece, go with a zoom.
While multimanufacturer, noninterchangeable biologic drugs have been available on the market for some time, the regulatory pathways for their approval have been different from that of biosimilars.
The resulting mixture was dried at 60[degrees]C for a given time (more than 2 h) until ICP penetrated into the PVC matrix sufficiently, and then used to prepare the PVC/ICP composites in a Haake torque rheometer equipped with an electrically heated mixing head and two noninterchangeable rotors.