verb-intransitive: To occur in a successive manner: day alternating with night.
verb-intransitive: To act or proceed by turns: The students alternated at the computer.
verb-intransitive: To pass back and forth from one state, action, or place to another: alternated between happiness and depression.
verb-intransitive: Electricity To reverse direction at regular intervals in a circuit.
verb-transitive: To do or execute by turns.
verb-transitive: To cause to alternate: alternated light and dark squares to form a pattern.
adjective: Happening or following in turns; succeeding each other continuously: alternate seasons of the year. See Usage Note at alternative.
adjective: Designating or relating to every other one of a series: alternate lines.
adjective: Serving or used in place of another; substitute: an alternate plan.
adjective: Botany Arranged singly at each node, as leaves or buds on different sides of a stem.
adjective: Botany Arranged regularly between other parts, as stamens between petals.
noun: A person acting in the place of another; a substitute.
noun: An alternative.
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Now, while we take the term alternate reality game in this context with a grain of salt, Xenophile does have a decent track record with their past projects for
With help from the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, current and former Wal-Mart workers and managers are planning what they call an alternate analysts' meeting near the company's Bentonville, Ark., headquarters on Tuesday, a day before the retailer holds its annual Wall Street briefing.
He didn't refer to them as secret prisons and that the CIA would continue to have available to it what he called alternate techniques for interrogation, which he insisted had been legally reviewed, were lawful, were tough, he said, but safe and did not constitute torture.
The defense is going to be looking for what I call alternate lifestyle jurors, people who are a little looser.
I wonder what they call their alternate "free market" universe for banksters?