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If nothing else, coming to war with a bunch of interchangeable weapons and sensors helps drastically simplify one's supply lines.
It’s on us to try and change the conversation so we’re not viewed as an interchangeable partner, but as an invaluable business partner.
The two are both mRNA-based vaccines, but they’re different enough that you can’t assume they’re interchangeable without research to prove it.
DOES IT MATTER WHICH COVID-19 VACCINE YOU GET?MAGGIE KOERTH (MAGGIE.KOERTH-BAKER@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)DECEMBER 18, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Due to the interchangeable nature of removable media and memory cards, each capacity can hold a varying amount of footage, and this factor is further impacted by the quality and resolution of the camera and the resulting file sizes.
Fancams arguably aren’t interchangeable with these other terms.
There was complete interchangeability of programs from the 910 to the 925, which differed only in being five times faster.
Interchangeability of parts is secured by working to the smallest possible limits of error of workmanship.
Interchangeability of ammunition with the French required that we adopt shell of the nose-fuse type.
Little or no attempt had been made to obtain interchangeability of parts among the rifles turned out by the three plants.
It is possible for the machine to break down totally from lack of interchangeability in its parts.
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