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interchange

(ĭn-′tĕr-chănj″)
In dispensing drugs, the use of a generic form of the drug in place of the proprietary form.
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He uses the terms wafer fab(rication) and semiconductor manufacturing interchangeably. Among his topics are the semiconductor manufacturing facility, exhaust types and challenges, point-of-use devices close to the process equipment and their required exhaust lines, centralized wet scrubbers for a centralized acid exhaust system and a centralized ammonia exhaust system, centralized equipment to control volatile organic compounds, and emergency releases.
Analogy, digital, mobile and IP phones can be used interchangeably with MX-ONE, enabling businesses to benefit from fixed-mobile and voice-data convergence, the company added.
The terms are often used interchangeably, but they have important differences.
All NP-2 models are pin and software compatible and can be interchangeably assembled on the same board to build different product classes.
Left-wing think-tank the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) found people were using the term "asylum seeker" interchangeably for genuine refugees, immigrants and people from ethnic minorities who have settled in Britain.
Although the terms isolation and quarantine have often been used interchangeably, they actually represent distinct concepts (4).
However, there is no rationale for prescribing by semantics; in other words, assuming that all anticonvulsants are the same and can be used interchangeably is neither rational nor beneficial to the patient.
DLM and ILM are sometimes used interchangeably, but most storage professionals differentiate them based on the way they handle the data.
He also credits a situation in Denmark in which both film and TV directors work interchangeably in both industries.