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Synonyms for fill-in

one that takes the place of another

Synonyms for fill-in

someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)

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"Space is my enemy, so I'm concentrating on best-selling fill-ins," he explains.
The latter entail buying five to 15 items for routine fill-ins on heavy-use categories and account for 19% of all warehouse club visits and 25% of dollar volume.
Such ILU factorizations normally perform a Gaussian elimination algorithm while dropping some fill-ins. However, some variants of the Gaussian elimination algorithm may be more suitable than others for solving a given problem.
Features are less likely to affect category volume in fill-in categories that have neither the broad appeal nor the purchase frequency of the other category groups (Fader & Lodish, 1990).
But the duo's popularity took off within the local gay and lesbian community, leading to a year-plus stint on the all-gay Triangle Broadcasting network and to occasional fill-ins on KFI.
Both women have appeared in the past as fill-ins for O'Reilly.
Notes: the contractor shall sign page 1 of the rfp, complete the applicable fill-ins (highlighted in yellow), and electronically submit the completed rfp with their technical and price proposals to: procurement@nw.Org no later than 5:00 pm, september 2, 2016.
How does it happen that, two years in a row, the Ducks are seeking fill-ins from a temp agency?
30+ clients pay between $200-$600 per month for maintenance, plus annual plantings, fill-ins, etc.
These units will be fully furnished, although residents can bring additional "fill-ins" to personalize.
EVERY year there are players, initially typecast as fill-ins for absent stalwarts, who emerge in the early stages of the Allianz League and end up staying there all year.
We have heard of them, municipal employees who retire, only to come back on the payroll as consultants or as fill-ins until suitable long-term replacements can be found.
Writers churned out stories from anonymous writers' rooms; directors crunched their visions into a mechanized house style, and even TV stars were forgettable fill-ins for the real thing.
* If you are filling in a series or buying duplicate copies for something that is really popular, purchase Turtleback, Follett bound, or paperback copies of the fill-ins.