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Luis García, who is not listed above, has the potential to supplant Kieboom or make the team as a reserve infielder.
That I can talk about a person as a collection of atoms should not supplant the fact that I can also talk about that person as a moral being.
Starz, for example, launched a standalone streaming service in April 2016 and rolled out an international version in November 2019, but it won’t be until sometime next year that its streaming revenue is projected to supplant its linear revenue.
China had already done so without authorization, another sign that the once-strict rules of international trade are being supplanted by a free-for-all in which each country does what it wants.
Bills has supplanted the utility and every other person and corporation in Virginia as the state’s top political donor.
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That made men sin by word, and supplanted him that reproved them in the gate, and declined in vain from the just.
The Indian apparently did not realize at this early date that his was an inferior race destined to be supplanted.
It differs from the Manila fiber, which has now very largely supplanted it, by being much softer, though of less strength.
It has about one-third of the strength of Portland cement, by which it is now almost entirely supplanted.
In Athens, rhetoric, mathematics, and natural history supplanted rhapsodies and speculations on God and Providence.

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