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subst.

1. substantive.
2. substantively.
3. substitute.
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RETA, SUBST, SIZ are highly significant in all the cases and NEGOE is significant at 5% level in model 1 and 2 and at 1% level in model 3.All the variables except BRISK, GROW, TANG and FC bear the hypothised signs.
Arsenal were within seconds of suffering successive Barclays Premier League defeats for the first time since March last year after subst i tute Grant Leadbitter scored an 86th-minute goal.
Ferguson (right) added: "I think naming Wayne as a subst it ute for the Portsmouth FA Cup game last weekend was worth doing.
(Certainly, many press reviews were unsigned, but this can be mentioned.) Elsewhere, Appleby simply copies subst antive portions of press reviews from other books (p.
sepium, commonly termed Chinese silk vine and also, in pinyin, xiangjiapi or gangliupi, has been implicated in two Canadian cases as likely having been subst ituted for eleuthero/'Siberian ginseng': one case was associated with neonatallmaternal androgenization, and the other with interference with digoxin assay, producing apparently elevated digoxin levels (D.V.C.
But they still must clear the subst antial hurdle of having the brain interpret those electrical impulses into an image.
The book could have offered a more subst antial analysis had Claussen either narrowed its focus or accepted fewer essays, providing each author with a sufficient number of pages to more fully develop her or his argument.
Other respondents, mostly individuals who said they believed that they or someone they knew were wrongly terminated, "sought revision of the substitution criteria to prevent people from being unfairly found to have substituted a specimen." Several of these respondents, the DOT noted, were small-framed minority women who said they drank a lot of water at work, which might have triggered a false reading that a sample submitted to the lab for testing had been subst ituted.
Ellison's novel lets neither politics (a belief in historical perfectibility, or at least progress) nor morals (a belief in the permanent reality of good and evil) subst itute for the other, but insists on an understanding of the world which includes both.