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Noun1.replaceability - exchangeability by virtue of being replaceable
exchangeability, fungibility, interchangeability, interchangeableness - the quality of being capable of exchange or interchange
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pressure is compounded by the perceived replaceability of NFL talent.
AFRICA said the immediate problem of automation is the possible downward pressure on workers' wages, benefits and job security as their leverage is diminished by their growing replaceability. The hardest impact will be felt by the lowest skilled and hence relatively least productive workers.
Absent a concomitant Nietzschean "revaluation of all values," we are left with the stark moral-existential problem of how we are to relate to outcast and useless people, especially given that all of us seem to be falling down the same sinkhole of outsourced replaceability (Nietzsche, 1990).
Scholars studying the food service sector describe its enduring features of precarity, thanklessness, sense of replaceability, and subordination (Campbell, Boese, and Tham 2016; Gould 2009; Tim 2014; Zhu et al.
With increased reasons for car replaceability, many consumers opt for used cars due to their significant cost advantages.
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Hacid, "Privacy-aware Web service protocol replaceability," in Proceedings of the 2007 IEEE International Conference on Web Services (ICWS '07), pp.
[13] introduce replaceability as a metric for determining web service composition.
Replaceability of the interlayer cations of vermiculite with ammonium and potassium ions.
In light of this replaceability, the inadequacy of language and personal narrative in Beckett appears as a sign of the autobiographical silence shared by all living creatures.
Clark maintained his position and relied on his replaceability test to refute Kozma's challenge.