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Synonyms for substitute

Synonyms for substitute

one that takes the place of another

to give up in return for something else

to act as a substitute

Synonyms for substitute

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

an athlete who plays only when a starter on the team is replaced

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

be a substitute

capable of substituting in any of several positions on a team

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serving or used in place of another

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artificial and inferior

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If the issue reaches that point, the District 59 board should reject any substitute teaching by Petrielli as it should by any school board member.
"At this time, the school district is not aware of the substitute teacher having physical contact with any of our students.
The rating reflects the short-term rating that Fitch maintains on the substitute bank providing liquidity support and will be adjusted upward or downward in conjunction with changes to the short-term rating of the bank.
"If the death or disqualification should occur between the day before the election and mid-day of Election Day, the substitute candidate may file a COC with any Board of Election Inspectors, Election Officers, Provincial Election Supervisor or Regional Election Director in the political subdivision where such person is a candidate, or in the case of a candidate for Senator, with the Law Department," said Comelec.
Substitute teachers for Arabic language, Islamic studies, history, geography, economy, social studies, national studies, health sciences and life skills will be paid Dh120 for every school period, up to a maximum of 30 periods every week.
An Emergency Substitute Recruitment Committee, which includes district administrators, school principals and interns, interviews each substitute applicant.
The skin substitutes were engineered through the use of split-thickness skin biopsies from 16 children with full-thickness burns covering an average total body surface area of 78% and a high of 95%.
? And Everton's most impressive substitutes? Stuart McCall (above) stepped off the bench to score twice in an FA Cup final at Wembley in 1989 - although Ian Rush did exactly the same in Liverpool's 3-2 win - while Tony Cottee came off the bench to score twice against Liverpool in the famous 4-4 draw in 1991.
New product developments and investments in R&D have set the sugar substitute market on a new dimension, thus leading to growth hand in hand with the global sweetener market.
The scientists found that 1% sodium chloride was equivalent in saltiness intensity to 1.55% of the plant salt substitute. But the sodium levels of the substitute were only one-third that of sodium chloride.
The low-calorie chips are made with olestra, a synthetic fat substitute that has zero calories and passes through the body undigested.
Essentially, Kerr and Jermier (1978) argued that there are a series of characteristics which have the potential to either neutralize or substitute for the effects of leader behavior.
So began afternoon kindergarten at Awbrey Park Elementary School with a substitute teacher - in this case, veteran Ron Gilmore, who after 29 years as a substitute is not easily rattled, and certainly not by kindergartners with a case of the Friday wiggles.
FITCHBURG - Substitute teachers in the Fitchburg School District are the lowest-paid in the area, according to Superintendent Andre R.
This article dealt with methods for making substitute teaching more effective.