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One species of charlock will supplant another, and so in other cases.
Some injurious suspicion lodged itself in his brain, that she wanted to supplant Mrs Bangham, and that she was given to drinking.
In good time, nevertheless, as the ardor of youth declines; as years and dumps increase; as reflection lends her solemn pauses; in short, as a general lassitude overtakes the sated Turk; then a love of ease and virtue supplants the love for maidens; our Ottoman enters upon the impotent, repentant, admonitory stage of life, forswears, disbands the harem, and grown to an exemplary, sulky old soul, goes about all alone among the meridians and parallels saying his prayers, and warning each young Leviathan from his amorous errors.
The gentleman does nothing, while the peasant works and supplants the idle man.
The Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) disclosed intentions to commence developing 3 new axle load control on trunk roads and to supplant 11 different with new ones in February with the finance provided by Japanese government.
No way does their message supplant or make obsolete said statement.
The idea for a national railway father's day is not to supplant the traditional father's day, but to highlight the achievements of an extraordinary man.
Perhaps we need to assess the madness of open borders in time of war as reflecting the retraction of God's protective hand, His spent tolerance with a purportedly Christian nation's sanctioned idolatry, and His willingness to supplant its people for others (be they Mexican Catholic or Arab Moslem) who bring their children to term.
The flu reinvents itself from year to year through a process in which previously rare variants of the virus supplant once-dominant ones.
482's legislative and regulatory history demonstrated Congress's intent to supplant the use of comparable transactions with internal measures of cost and profit.
The poll also showed that 38 percent believe creationism should supplant evolution entirely in the public school curriculum, while 49 percent are opposed to teaching creationism in place of evolution.
But digital libraries need not entirety supplant musty volumes and quiet reading rooms, according to Paul LeClerc, president and CEO of the New York Public Library.