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to do, use, or occur in successive turns

one that takes the place of another

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someone who takes the place of another person

go back and forth

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exchange people temporarily to fulfill certain jobs and functions

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be an understudy or alternate for a role

reverse (a direction, attitude, or course of action)

do something in turns

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every second one of a series

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serving or used in place of another

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occurring by turns

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of leaves and branches etc

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In order to gather the cases in which the location argument alternates in two different but related constructions, we have made use of Levin's taxonomy (1993) and reviewed the alternations in which a location argument is involved.
The alternation behaviour represents the consecutive entries into each of the three arms (7).
Although the background of quality and quantity relations is not relevant in describing the inflectional patterns at final stage and instead it is important to clarify the alternations and their place within the paradigm (what alternates with what and under what conditions), for the sake of better clarity it is important to study the genesis of alternations and links between them in terms of language history.
4) Furthermore, the regularity of alternations of vowels in roots and affixes of words that are etymologically and morphologically related has been stressed by linguists like Mailhammer (2007), who attributes to ablaut functional status in Proto-Germanic, given that it can mark grammatical contrasts such as non-past vs.
Section 3 offers a description of the semantic representation of the verbs along with the structural patterns and alternations in which these predicates participate (Levin 1993).
In each trial, the frequency of alternations, the duration of exclusive dominances, and the decision time between alternations were recorded, as well as eye movements (saccades and fixations).
The differential equations of motion of the mass particles are requested for each interval of motion from impact to impact, from collision to collision, and the interval of motion when the friction force direction alternation appears associated with the direction alternation of angular velocity of motion of a mass particle, and also velocity alternation as a consequence of the mass particle impact into the angular elongation limiter and mutual impact of the mass particles.
Linguists specializing in English explore the discourse-pragmatic semantic, morphological and syntactic factors involved in English morphosyntactic alternations within a wide range of contemporary theoretical approaches.
The Model Inn, Quay Street, could have external alternation works and a refurbished front elevation.
The periodic dynastic changes and alternations in the course of imperial history in China have been discussed within the terms of this narrative model, but the earthshaking reforms and revolutions of modern and contemporary China have also sought support from it.
In an interview with Private TV Channel Syed Jamaat Ali Shah said that Pakistan had strongly condemned the alternations made by India in the designs of Baglihar Dam.
Alternations between FROG and SPIDER measurements instantly with a click of a button.
The dependent variable is the mean percentage of correct alternations.
com to enable travellers to make flight alternations online.
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