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Synonyms for supplant

to take the place of (another) against the other's will

to substitute for or fill the place of

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Japan has provided close to 5 million USD for ERA to supplant the former ones and develop new Axel Load Control on Trunk Roads in 2 provinces; in Quiha area of Tigray and in Tik and Woreta of Amhara.
McManaman and Clarke, wherein it is stated "Although this document makes no mention of the 1968 Winnipeg Statement, we would argue that since a pastoral response is one that bears upon a particular people, situated in a particular place at a particular time in history, Liberating potential supplants the Winnipeg Statement, rendering it obsolete, especially in light of the fact that a great deal of information is available to us today that was not available back in 1968.
Although this book cannot supplant Joseph Banowetz's authoritative Pianist's Guide to Pedaling (Indiana University Press, 1985), it is nonetheless to be recommended to pianists of all ages whose ears are ready to be opened.
These allow each group to institute a form of dignity to supplant what has been stripped away by society.
But biotechnology--if it's at all up to these tasks--should not supplant organic farming, and should only go forward with the objectives of health, safety and adequate nutrition for all.
Grant funds always must supplement the city's budget, not supplant the previously authorized budget.
In fact, the question is not whether USB will supplant 1394 but rather, will a new serial specification, USB On-The-Go (OTG), cannibalize the nascent Bluetooth market?
The market is growing rapidly in the United States, its largest overseas territory with 35% of Lloyd's business, and Sellek said he expects the United States to supplant the United Kingdom as its largest business territory.
Expected to gain board approval, this guidance will, when issued, supplant APB no.
There is little doubt that over the next several years Web-based CRM solutions will supplant client-server solutions in many connected environments,' said Sam Clark, program director, META Group.
The personal computer will soon supplant much of the dedicated and expensive equipment used in many publishing operations, including typesetters, page make-up terminals, and outside mailing services.
If the court finds that the congressional action overriding Miranda is constitutional, the states will be free to pass laws that similarly supplant Miranda.
The Board's approval of this application does not supplant the authority of the State of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Division of Banks ("Division") to license or otherwise permit the establishment of the proposed office of Bank in accordance with any terms or conditions that the Division may impose.
Paul Cameron, a Christian conservative psychologist, told Rolling Stone magazine that he feared gay sex would supplant heterosexual sex because "marital sex is boring, and generally it doesn't deliver the kind of sheer sexual pleasure that homosexual sex does.
In his discussion of the 1502 Aldine and 1506 Giuntine editions of the Commedia, Richardson underscores the latter's failure to supplant the Venetian production.