But is subbing him in for the embattled CEO anything more than a cosmetic change?
TV Newser hears rumor that for one night only, Arianna Huffington will be subbing for Rachel Maddow on MSNBC.
The young engineer had gotten him a job “subbing” as a helper on a yards switch engine.
Mr. Lemuel Wacker was "subbing" as extra for the superannuated old cripple whose sole duty was to wave a flag as trains went by.
He did go to Philadelphia presently and found work "subbing" on a daily paper,'The Inquirer.'
"The psychologist who's subbing for Dr. von Heydenreich," the box told him patiently.
The young printer began to get some work at "subbing," though it was scant and irregular.
A substitute of any sort, esp an athlete who replaces another or an athlete not on the first team (1830+)
: Who'll sub for me when I go on leave? (1853+)
for forming adjectives Inferior to or imitative of what is indicated: sub–Woody Allen (1963+)