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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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In conversation with Nevill Coghill, it sounds as though Lewis was more confident of the substitutionary character of Davidman's recovery and his own pain.
CONTENTS I Introduction II The Facts and Decisions Below III The Decision in the High Court A The Majority Judgments 1 Keane J 2 Crennan and Bell JJ 3 Hayne J B Gageler J's Dissent IV An Assessment of the High Courts Decision A Support for Gageler J's Approach 1 The Prima Facie Appeal of Gageler J's Analysis 2 Comparison with The Golden Victory B A Qualified Defence of the Majority's Approach 1 The Nature of the Claim That Clark Made 2 Some Unequivocal Examples of Substitutionary Court Orders 3 Substitutionary Awards and the Market Rule 4 When Do the Opposing Substitutionary Analyses Diverge?
And in a sense, in a substitutionary way, I must have received it.
Contract notice: Maintenance and repair of public roads and infrastructure and municipal services execution substitutionary in the municipality of leganes.
The effect of the trade barrier index on FDI depends on whether the relationship between traded goods and investment goods is substitutionary or complementary.
Here the Son clearly speaks of his substitutionary atonement for sinful humanity.
The lower casino tax to complement the tourism industry (and tourism based taxes) must therefore be balanced against the increased substitutionary effects on the more heavily taxed lottery industry.
As Alabama Baptists seek to be true to Scripture, we affirm the essential and historic Christian doctrine of substitutionary atonement," they wrote, referring to the doctrine that Jesus died as a substitute for humankind.
In general, the basis for the empirical work on OFDI-trade relationships is determining whether these two macroeconomic variables are complementary or substitutionary.
Yet such a generous definition, which many other contributors seem to assume as well, omits the well documented paths from personal conversion to an individualistic view of self and community, from active faith to coercive politics, from biblical authority to modem biblical inerrancy, and from the cross to penal substitutionary atonement.
From a Christian perspective, righteousness is a characteristic of God that can be attributed to human beings only through the substitutionary sacrifice of Jesus Christ (Galatians 3:1-14).
In this response, Luke channels the theological meanings of substitutionary satisfaction, liberty outside of one's own "merit.