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SUBSTITUTES, Scotch law. Where an estate is settled on a long series of heirs, substituted one after another, in tailzie, the person first called in the tailzies, is the institute; the rest, the heirs of tailzie; or the substitutes. Ersk. Princ. L. Scotl. 3, 8, 8. See Tailzie; Institute.

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9984, which states: The substitute for a candidate who died or is disqualified by final judgment, may file a [certificate of candidacy] up to mid-day of election day (May 9) provided that, the substitute and the substituted have the same surnames.
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John Hurst was Everton's first substitute when he came on at Stoke City on August 28, 1965 for injured goalscorer Fred Pickering.
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So it's necessary to develop healthier substitutes that provide that taste.
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UTLA Vice President Josh Pechthalt emphasized that the union's policy is to pay for substitutes when teachers want to campaign.
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