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act of taking the place of another especially using underhanded tactics

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The USB-IF's Ziller does not foresee OTG supplanting Bluetooth but rather envisions portable devices that support both technologies.
Jeffrey Escoffier, who has taught a course titled "Queer Theory and the Sociological Imagination" at the New School for Social Research in New York City, argues that by supplanting gay studies, queer theory has distanced gay and lesbian academics from their primary audience.
The supplanting of older interfaces by the latest industry offerings is a game of timing, listening to customers, and observing market dynamics for a technology provider or OEM," said Richard Shim, senior research analyst for IDC's Personal Computing team.
Eskom is responsible for the supplanting the existing diesel feed stock with indigenous natural gas, the gas turbine conversion project, and the procurement process is important for a formal gas sales agreement to be entered into.
Altman, the building was one of the fast large retail establishments in the area, supplanting a group of Gothic Revival row houses near the Church of the Holy Communion.
West Los Angeles, evidently supplanting the plans of Tres Margaritas, an upscale Mexican restaurant slated for the former Primi site.
One of the refineries represents a new customer account, while the other represents an existing customer that has elected to expand Fuel Tech's program from one unit to four units by mid year, supplanting a competitive supplier.
Ben Affleck replaces Harrison Ford, who made two Ryan movies after supplanting Alec Baldwin.
RiverOne recognizes that managing the dynamic relationships among supply chain partners with shared business processes is supplanting more traditional collaboration methods and rigid operating environments.
com is the local favorite, sleeping less than five hours in three days in hopes of supplanting last year's winner in Borneo, Team Eco-Internet.
Advances in molecular imaging are prompting a rapid change in how we visualize disease processes and therapeutic interventions at the molecular level, supplanting purely structural information with valuable functional data.
The city's Fire Department has proposed supplanting its knowledgeable and effective two-man paramedic teams with a pair made up of a lesser-trained Emergency Medical Technician and a paramedic.
Digital images are supplanting film prints as more and more users begin to print from digital cameras rather than through film cameras," said Christopher Chute, senior analyst for Digital Imaging research at IDC.
For the second consecutive month and the third time this year, the deficit with China was the largest with any nation, further evidence of how China is supplanting Japan as the primary source of trade tension for the United States.