The solutions use the same administrative and risk management platform and also can be used interchangeably
for business accounts with multiple deposits, according to Vertifi, which was formed in 2009 and now provides capture and processing services to more than 175 financial institutions.
Though often used interchangeably
, the term piebald usually refers to black and white coloration; skewbald refers to white and non-black colorations.
The batteries can be used interchangeably
with any PORTER-CABLE 18-volt cordless tool and will be available along with the entire expanded cordless line.
Manufactured with a 24/410 neck finish, the new pump will work interchangeably
on Elementars 2-, 4-, 6-, 8- and 10oz bottles.
The FMS is capable of storing both machine pallets and storage baskets interchangeably
. It is designed with a unitized steel frame and comes standard with two levels of pallets.
COUNTRYSIDE: In the article on page 63, "A fluke revolutionized milking time," Jane Hinrichs interchangeably
uses ounces (a unit of liquid measure) in her recipe with ounces (a unit of weight measurement) in the pictures.
The die allows LLDPE, nylon, and EVOH to be run interchangeably
in the same channels.
The two words are sometimes used interchangeably
, but their definitions are by no means identical.
Those in the architectural industry tend to use the terms "green" and "sustainability" interchangeably
when describing buildings that are environmental friendly.
Frequently the terms corn syrup and high-fructose corn syrup are used interchangeably
. However, the two products have widely different compositions and perform distinctly different functions in foods.
These two herbs may be used interchangeably
, separately, or together.
According to HEC, the new facilities will support the center's production of its Oxx Power engine -- a 4.9-liter "hydrogen-ready" internal combustion engine capable of running on gasoline, hydrogen, propane, biodiesel or ethanol interchangeably