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As Alzheimer’s took hold and he began cutting flowers repeatedly, her sister-in-law replaced the clippers with a set of pliers to help keep him safe.
Technicians are being asked to replace nurses, and workers in ambulatory care are taking shifts in hospitals.
The flagman’s job was to warn train operators to watch for work crews ahead who were replacing platforms and working on the line.
Kitchen sponges“Sponges are a breeding ground for bacteria, so they need to be replaced relatively often,” Berliet says.
After two and a half years, it was canceled, and it was replaced by another show which I hosted.
In the next election, MassEquality took Vinnie out, replacing him with a young gay man, Carl Sciortino.
At the same time YouTube was replacing MTV as the go-to place for music videos.
Mitochondrial intervention is the practice of replacing DNA that carries a genetic disease.
But the option of replacing a new diplomatic breakthrough with open-ended diplomatic muddle-through is not on the table.
They have no intention of “replacing” Obamacare with anything, and they never did.
Heat very gently until bubbles begin to form, replacing the acid as it evaporates.
"I'll take it," said Mr. Blossom, and he stuck his old knife in a post, replacing it in his pocket with the new purchase.
James detached it and handed it to his aunt, carefully replacing the pin in the paper.
Katy succeeded in replacing the stone without discovery, and never dared to trust herself with another visit.
The sudden cure of advanced paresis would be as much a miracle as the sudden replacing of a lost femur.
On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to replacing, such as: rehabilitation, reinstatement, renewal, restoration, substitution, and reconstitution.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.