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adv.1.By way of exchange.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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(We use the term user and client exchangeably in this paper.) Clients outsource data to reduce local storage overhead and make use of the computation resources provided by the cloud service providers in multicloud storage system.
Even though the prepositions atwen and twene are used in that particular poem exchangeably while preceding 'Noun + and + Noun' phrases, atwen is preserved in the context of the numeral 'two':
The external planar surface would adsorb Pb(II) exchangeably and reversibly, since the ions are simply held on the surface by electrostatic forces.