In Denver in the 1990s, for example, substitutes
were required to have a teaching credential--and today all of Colorado requires it.
The market for sugar substitutes
is projected to reach USD 16.
One patient died before engineered skin substitutes
were prepared, leaving 15 patients in whom 2,056 engineered skin substitute
grafts were applied in 59 operations.
United States Tissue Engineered - Skin Substitutes
Market Outlook to 2020
In a May 2006 article in The Seattle Times, teacher John Foley says, "I always tell my students to be nice and respectful to the substitute
teacher, and they usually greet my directive with smiles.
Because both the substitute
transportation and the substitute
lodging would qualify, the court concluded that motor homes used by renters mostly for periods of less than 30 days are Sec.
One only needs to think of the number and types of books, print, television ads, and Web sites dealing with obesity and weight loss programs to understand the concept of substitute
The Institute estimates that from kindergarten to high school graduation, students spend a full year with substitutes
This representation reverses the normative placed on substitutes
The volume provides an in-depth discussion of the classes of substitutes
, with special attention to issues involving both material regulation and standards development for fabrication and characterization.
If only there were substitutes
that could fill some of blood's roles in the body, artificial substances that would be free of the supply constraints and contamination vulnerabilities of the real stuff.
The effects of timber harvest restrictions in federal and state forests on softwood lumber price, price stability, and product quality, combined with technological advances by producers of substitute
materials, have contributed to the increased use of material substitutes
in residential construction.