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substitution

In appraisal,the principle that the value of property may be determined by examining the sales prices of similar properties sold in the past.The theory is that a buyer would be indifferent to the substitution and either property would be acceptable.

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the Scriptures, as a representative and substitutionary sacrifice,
Here we see a depiction of a real world practice which serves to make the natural principle of exchange and human interdependence a lived experience between a spiritual master and a disciple, hinting at the substitutionary death of Christ.
* Promoting ways other than the idea that Jesus suffered in our place in order that we might be forgiven (the Substitutionary Theory of Atonement) to talk about what Jesus has accomplished for us.
(209) Moreover, alcohol and illicit drugs may be substitutionary intoxicants, (210) so testing for only one could drive an offender to use the other, eliminating the benefit of testing for the former.
A distinction between substitutionary and compensatory contractual money awards is proposed and certain implications of recognising this distinction, particularly in regard to the so-called 'avoided loss rule of mitigation, are outlined.
substitutionary dynamic is a common feature of state-building processes.
But this vicariousness and exchange are not magical, merely passive, or substitutionary in an exclusionary sense; rather, they call forth and make possible free human response.
Features of audit committees may combine with an existing governance mechanism in a compatible or substitutionary fashion.
"And in a sense, in a substitutionary way, I must have received it." As the rehearsals continued and the performances took place, "Papa Tevye's words and actions softened the scar, took away its redness and made it well."
All of the dopant ions are smaller than the host [Cd.sup.+2] or [Zn.sup.+2] ions except [Mn.sup.+2] relative to [Zn.sup.+2], suggesting that, at this slightly large doping ratio (10%), the dopant metal ion enters to the lattice substitutionary interstitially leading to increasing the interplaner spacing (d) values (see Tables 1 and 2)[53].