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sub·sti·tu·tion

 (sŭb′stĭ-to͞o′shən, -tyo͞o′-)
n.
1.
a. The act or process of substituting: the substitution of human workers with robots.
b. An instance of this: made several substitutions to the recipe.
2. One that is substituted; a substitute; a replacement: proposed drug therapy as a substitution for surgery.

sub′sti·tu′tion·al, sub′sti·tu′tion·ar′y adj.
sub′sti·tu′tion·al·ly adv.

substitutional

(ˌsʌbstɪˈtjuːʃənəl) or

substitutionary

adj
of or relating to substitution; able to be substituted
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Several ways to further engineer those have been proposed, Including by doping the structure with substitutional heteroatoms such as boron, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and silicon.
Substitutional feeding value of ensiled sugarcane tops and its effect in crossbred Heifer's/cow's reproductive performance.
Three years before, she had been treated for hyperthyroidism, had undergone thyroidectomy, and currently was on substitutional therapy.
KUWAIT, July 25 (KUNA) -- Kuwait's Municipal Council agreed on Tuesday to designate a substitutional site for the Petrochemicals Industries Company's integrated Olefins III and Aromatics II project, to be carried out in Al-Zour Refinery.
These relationships can be characterized as overlapping, causal, synergistic, and substitutional (Zellweger and Nason, 2008).
Previous research has proved that government expenditure and philanthropy are complementary, rather than substitutional in nature.
Innis & Gunn plans to make a substitutional investment in The Inveralmond Brewery and create a new state-of-the-art Innis & Gunn brewing and maturation facility.
And by ongoing support that means access to expertise, that means training, that means a whole range of activities that in fact increases the capacity of those child intervention workers to intervene in more substitutional way when it comes to parental addictions," said Graff.
Stout points out that Williams first explored these ideas in Descent into Hell, but then explicated them further in a work of popular theology, He Came Down From Heaven, which details the necessary steps to be taken in an act of substitutional love and the practical dangers to avoid.
Simulated structures corresponds to a face center cubic titanium nitride (TiN--FCC), tetragonal silicon nitride (SiN--tet), face center cubic silicon nitride (SiN--FCC), face center cubic titanium silicon nitride with 21% interstitial silicon (Ti--Si--N--interstitial) and face center cubic titanium silicon nitride with 21% substitutional silicon (Ti--Si--N--substitutional) (Figure 1).
This paper aims to show that there is indeed a division of labor between the two methods of analysis, and to identify criteria for choosing among alternative ways to model the second, substitutional method.
2]NPs showed that during the doping process, O-Ti-N bond formation took place, and therefore, this substitutional doping is held accountable for the significant increase in photo catalytic activity in N-doped Ti[O.