The wars of these two last-mentioned nations have in a great measure grown out of commercial considerations, -- the desire of supplanting
and the fear of being supplanted, either in particular branches of traffic or in the general advantages of trade and navigation, and sometimes even the more culpable desire of sharing in the commerce of other nations without their consent.
The one is the supplanting
, or the opposing, of authority established; for nothing is more popular than that.
These housing authorities utilize the funding to finish large-scale improvements like supplanting
roofs or making energy-efficient improvements to supplant old plumbing and electrical systems.
school level, supplanting
is analyzed differently in a Title I
Historian from the Robert Stephenson Trust, Vicky Haworth, insists the campaign is not aimed at supplanting
the traditional day, but to highlight the achievement of Stephenson himself.
Real estate fundamentals have been strengthening and supplanting
the slower pace of asset appreciation.
A baseline figure to prevent supplanting
is a reasonable expectation of voters if a supermajority (two-thirds) is required for passage,'' Cooley wrote.
Steil advocates what other one-worlders have previously proposed: supplanting
national currencies with three world currencies--the dollar, the euro, and an Asian currency.
can occur in several ways, most commonly when the agency uses grant funds in place of previously appropriated funds.
Townsend says he does not see any markets for wood supplanting
these two leading markets, one of which is regional and the other seasonal.
At that time, the interface was tasked primarily with supplanting
the decade-old serial port, as well as ports like the PS/2 which are primarily used for pointing devices.
As the business world moves increasingly to e-commerce, such enterprise-class Unix systems are increasingly surrounding and supplanting
IBM's venerated mainframes, according to new research published by the Robert Frances Group (RFG).