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n.1.Succession by turns; alternation.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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's*x burns between 75 and 150 calories per half-hour,' says Desmond Ebanks, MD, founder and medical director of Alternity Healthcare in West Hartford, Connecticut.
Their new "alternity" line, Butchbaby & Co., will launch a sample of eight items in August, with a plan to open up its virtual doors to butch and tomboy mothers-to-be by the end of the year.
Billed as the "first ever alternity wear for pregnant masculine, transgender, and queer individuals," Butchbaby & Co.
Steiner introduced the concept of "alternity," meaning "the 'other than the case', the counterfactual propositions, images, shapes of will and evasion." (123) which charge our minds and enable us to build the mostly fictive milieu for somatic and social existence.
JEFF BROWN, "Offensive Ethics: Alternity and Alternative Modes of Philosophical Discourse." Adviser: Richard Holmes.
"This is a considerable achievement for the people of New Jersey," said Kurt Conti, CEO of Alternity Power, the project's solar engineering and construction firm, "Residents and visitors to Atlantic County and Atlantic City will secure all the benefits of a technologically advanced water treatment plant, while the greenhouse gas emissions usually associated with a plant of this size are dramatically reduced."
Alternity Power, the renewable energy division of The Conti Group, utilized its solar and civil engineering expertise to install the solar energy system.
Alternity Power provides socially responsible corporations and communities with solar, wind, bioenergy and geothermal energy solutions that are cost-effective and environmentally friendly.
We use the concept of alternity in class, whereby the communicator, while stating what "is," also is defining what "isn't" (Dobrin 1983, p.