The word accent is often used interchangeably
with stress, though some prosodists use accent to mean the emphasis that is determined by the normal meaning of the words while stress is used to mean metrical emphasis.
The definitions given indicate that the terms are frequently used interchangeably
The word demand" is used interchangeably
with consumption" and output" is used interchangeably
The terms solicitation and Request for Proposals (RFP) are used interchangeably
, and the terms offer and proposal are used interchangeably
The mobility is critical because these machines are multi-tasking," he says, noting that the wheeled machines are used interchangeably
to load and unload material and to feed processing equipment.
These terms are often used interchangeably
, but it is their convergence that has resulted in the technological opportunities we see today.
The new technology allows customers to use tapes and drives interchangeably
from any manufacturer using LTO.
The inhabitants of Braunschweig-Wolfenbuttel seemed to use doctors and healers almost interchangeably
, but they did have recourse to them.
In the Brahms Waltz #15 section, she uses F for flowers and P for petals interchangeably
At Thursday's hearing, Municipal Judge Jacob Adajian used the name Turner and Taylor interchangeably
, first calling her ``Valerie Taylor,'' but later referring to her as ``Mr.
Early printed books, for example, often used u and v interchangeably
, spelled the same words inconsistently, and (in the very earliest stages) used slashes, colons, and periods more or less interchangeably
to indicate pauses.
Two movable-side mold-base assemblies operate interchangeably
with the double hot-runner system.