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alternate

Botany
a. (of leaves, flowers, etc.) arranged singly at different heights on either side of the stem
b. (of parts of a flower) arranged opposite the spaces between other parts

alternate

[′ȯl·tər·nət]
(botany)
Of the arrangement of leaves on opposite sides of the stem at different levels.
Of the arrangement of the parts of one whorl between members of another whorl.

work

1. All labor necessary to produce the construction required by the contract documents, and all materials and equipment incorporated or to be incorporated in such construction.
2. The produce of a force by its corresponding displacement.
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An alternate would only be required if the weather was less than the 1-2-3 rule.
This is the rule saying if you don't need an alternate, you must have enough fuel to fly another 45 minutes past your destination, at normal cruise.
Cristina Cruz-Madrid, an alternate member of the Local Agency Formation Commission, said that Richard Close, another alternate, has a conflict of interest because he also chairs the pro-secession Valley Voters Organized Toward Empowerment.
There's no shortage of easy, cross-town, "paper" alternates that allow you to fill block 13 of the flight plan, but sticking to the nuances of the FAR/AIM requires some legwork to defeat the snags.
DiGiuseppe and member Cindy Miscikowski and LAFCO alternates Richard Close and Bernson have said they think there should be a definite division plan before voters.
As of today, Bitstream Iowan Old Style gives graphic designers a complete and expert set of fonts that include small caps, old style figures, ligatures, alternate characters, and ornaments.
Auditor alternates (appointed in 1999 for four years) Olof Cederberg, Authorised Public Accountant, Ernst & Young AB Jan Larsson, Authorised Public Accountant, Deloitte & Touche AB
One alternate juror, an African-American woman wearing badge 295 who appeared to be about 50, said she found Simpson ``pretty credible'' and that Petrocelli and other members of the plaintiffs' legal team were ``bullies.
Now, they would have to start over from scratch with two alternates.