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Synonyms for replacement

one that takes the place of another

a person or persons taking over the duties of another

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Synonyms for replacement

the act of furnishing an equivalent person or thing in the place of another

someone who takes the place of another person

an event in which one thing is substituted for another

a person or thing that takes or can take the place of another

filling again by supplying what has been used up

a person who follows next in order

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The joint replacement market in India grew in double digits between 2007 and 2014.
The downside to having a unicompartmental replacement is a slightly higher rate of early loosening and need for revision surgery compared with total knee replacements.
There is no age limit for hip replacement surgery," says Dr.
Replacement Medium/Wide-Base/Heavy On-Highway Commercial Truck Tires
Replacement cost is defined as an amount provided in a standard price list at which a heavy equipment part may be purchased by the taxpayer on the date of the inventory.
As is well known by most tax practitioners, section 1031(a)(3)(A) provides that any property received by the taxpayer is treated as property that is not like-kind property if such property is not identified as property to be received in the exchange on or before the day that is 45 days after the date on which the taxpayer transfers the relinquished property (the so-called identification period), and the taxpayer must acquire the replacement property within 180 days of the date of transfer of the relinquished property (the so-called replacement period).
Q: Can I take title to my replacement property before I sell my relinquished property?
Matta first saw an anterior hip replacement surgery performed in Paris in 1981 by French orthopedic surgeon Emile Letournel.
First, CPAs must determine whether a cost segregation study will be beneficial for a replacement property acquired in a section 1031 exchange with the carryover tax basis.
Users have only to enter a street address and they can quickly see detailed property characteristics--for example, square footage or other structures such as a garage on the property--to provide an initial estimate of the replacement value, Davis said, noting that the user's addition of more information refines the estimate.
Cardiovascular drift is attributed to the competition for blood flow between the working muscles and skin, as well as the decreasing plasma levels during dehydration; however, research has documented that sufficient fluid replacement attenuates cardiovascular drift (3).
a provider of fleet management solutions and services, has released what it calls a first-in-the-industry Vehicle Replacement Optimization application.
1031(a)(3) requires a taxpayer to identify qualifying exchange replacement property within 45 days after closing the sale of a relinquished property.
The ability to fix humans with replacement parts, and turn them into superior beings was thought by most (outside of the medical community) to be science-fiction-fantasy at that time.
Postmenopausal women who use estrogen-only replacement therapy are at increased risk for ovarian cancer, especially after 10 or more years of use.