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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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Sligo introduced seven subs during their 0-22 to 3-7 win over Antrim at Markevicz Park on Saturday evening, but one of the seven was a blood substitution when Mark Breheny was replaced by Kyle Cawley after 44 minutes.
It is possible to create substitutions with fivefold or sevenfold symmetry by hand, putting families of tiles together to form larger copies of themselves, but for higher orders of symmetry the scale becomes too large for this method to work.
22 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a new way to improve future flu vaccines after finding that seasonal flu is able to escape immunity from vaccines with as little as a single amino acid substitution.
Sequence analysis showed that single nucleotide substitutions were scattered throughout the entire length of the C-prM junction.
Summary: Drug substitution, or the use of cheaper generic medicine, could pose more harm to patients and potentially drive up healthcare costs if shifting to generics is based on economic grounds alone, cautioned an Emirati pharmacologist.
This is supported by the fact that high temperatures generally promote the elimination before the substitutions, while the reaction rate accelerates at higher temperatures.
While clinical substitutions--substituting one drug for another strictly for medical reasons--have their administrative challenges, formulary substitutions intended to comply with prescription drug plans pose a wider range of issues.
We make substitutions late in the game occasionally - if we're in a certain position," he said.
No isolates had substitutions in the QRDRs of GyrB and ParE.
You may make substitutions only via the website, on www.
Now there's help in ``The Food Substitutions Bible'' by David Joachim (Robert Rose; $19.
UX produced the fewest substitutions (41), followed by EX (47).