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Replace

An external DOS/Windows command that can be used to copy only updated files. The /u parameter checks time and date and only copies source files that are newer than the ones in the destination folder. To backup all .TXT files to the \BACKUP folder, type:
replace *.txt \backup /u

Replace

To put back in place; a substitution in place of the original.
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Randy Radsek, a local dairy nutritionist with Premier Coop, recommended Ultra Fresh[R] Optimum lamb milk replacer.
Reducing the level of fat - butter, cream and oil, for example - in our the now acknowledged as one of the industry's primary challenges, and functional fat replacers will be absolutely crucial to achieving this.
To manufacture isocaloric milk replacers, the amount of tallow and dextrin was adjusted in necessity to the main ingredients variation.
Sensory analysis showed that muffins made with liquid and dry whole egg--the controls--had a drier, less moist texture compared to those made with egg replacers.
Volume was down significantly in the livestock segment, while relatively flat in the co-op s Lifestyle, Milk Replacers and Feed Ingredients segments.
The Health Ministry's Food Unit said that it had discovered that milk replacers commonly used as a substitute feed for animals had been sold as milk powder.
Symrise solidifies its industry leadership of synthetic mint replacers with its extensive line of Optamint mint replacers and extenders.
To the Editor: Milk replacers produced from a specific feed factory in Japan were suspected of being associated with a cluster of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) infection in calves.
The company's range of clean label ingredients, which include binders, emulsifiers, bakery glazes, fat replacers and phosphate alternatives, allows food processors to remove chemicals, additives and allergens without compromising quality, taste or texture.
I went home and tried different egg replacers, sweeteners, flours, and fats.
Its "Veggie" brand encompasses veggie shreds (which melt well and taste pretty good too), cream cheese, feta crumbles, mozzarella for baking in pasta dishes, string cheese and parmesan replacers.
Demand for artificial sweeteners and fat replacers in the US is projected to increase to $1.