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Adj.1.noninterchangeable - such that the terms of an expression cannot be interchanged without changing the meaning; "the arguments of the symmetric relation, `is the father of', are noninterchangeable"
math, mathematics, maths - a science (or group of related sciences) dealing with the logic of quantity and shape and arrangement
logic - the branch of philosophy that analyzes inference
asymmetric, asymmetrical - characterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or components
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It also created significant sustainability issues in the field with noninterchangeable spare parts, software and separate maintenance technical orders.
The Biosimilars Council has called on CMS to revisit its payment and coding policy and assign a unique billing code and payment rate to each noninterchangeable biosimilar for a given reference biologic.
This in turn leads to a need for many noninterchangeable spare parts and the expertise to maintain different radar types in one country.
Appendix Literature Review Table Study Order Processing Order Inventory Crossing policy Takacs Queueing: M/C/n Yes Not (1956) (a) applicable Scarf (1958) Queueing: M/M/n Yes (s, Q) Galliher, Queueing: E/M/n (b) Yes (s, Q) Morse, and Simond (1959) Washburn Queueing: Noc (s, Q) (1973) Noninterchangeable Gross and Queueing: M/M/n Yes (s, S) Harris (1973) Wijngaard Queueing: M/M/n Yes (s, Q) (1978) Zalkind Sequential Yes (R,Q) (1978) Llberatore Noninterchangeable No (s, Q) (1979) Sphicas Noninterchangeable No (s, Q) (1982) Sphicas and Noninterchangeable No (s, Q) Nasri (1984) Ramasesh Noninterchangeable Yes (s, Q) et al.
Most consumer or low-end prosumer gear will have a noninterchangeable zoom lens with a variable aperture at different focal lengths, and the tighter the zoom, the less fast a zoom lens will be.
Unlike P1 and other devices [23, 24, 33] that are equipped with noninterchangeable boots, P2 offers a variety of sizes by the use of ski shoes.
But how is it possible to identify the "true Christian community" when the church's oneness can essentially be described only by diversity that reaches from the very being of God to the variety of cultural and linguistic contexts, and when the essence of the community lies in noninterchangeable relations?
The changing of the filter should be easy and safe (with noninterchangeable flow direction and filter seats without leakages) making it possible by the customers themselves.
Non-Indian people of all sorts then set these traits in binary mortar, treating them as mutually exclusive and noninterchangeable. Further, they agreed that real Indians could never be modern and thus were vanishing, even though Native Americans believe that "traditional" and "modern" are the ingredients for everyday life.
Then, the HIPS/RSPE composites were prepared in a Haake torque rheometer equipped with an electrically heated mixing head and two noninterchangeable rotors.