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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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With the latest batch of changes to the program, "Vegetable Protein Products" was renamed "Alternate Protein Products (APP)." The limit on the amount of APPs that can be used in menus was removed, and the rule now eliminates the requirement that APPs be fortified.
The House of Delegates of the American Dental Assistants Association shall consist of (1) credentialed delegates elected by the state associations or the membership of geographical areas with no state associations or (in their place) credentialed alternates; and (2) the credentialed voting members of the Board of Trustees.
A packaging step, if the rubber is baled, is the same cost for each finishing alternate. We will base the comparison on a baled product from a porous pellet or crumb.
Afavorite IPC question: "When is an alternate required?" The answer: "Always." But like most rules, there is an exception.
Specifically, the "602 or 802" rule for standard alternate minimums is not for one hour before to one hour after but for the estimated time of arrival.
Call that airport your "mental alternate." For mental alternates, good rental car availability is an important factor in the decision.
But what about takeoff alternates? The FAA imposes on Part 135 and 121 operators requirements for a takeoff alternate to be designated under certain circumstances.
It was never easier to choose an IFR alternate than when I was flying the C-130 in support of South American counter-drug operations.