Origin of interchangeable
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Lots of interchangeable parts: That is how China can roll out so many missile types so quickly.How China Will Track—and Kill—America’s Newest Stealth Jets|Bill Sweetman|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Materials and mediums are interchangeable—a metaphor, we learn, for mixing and breaking hierarchies of race, class, and more.Saatchi Resurrects Ancient Pangaea with Show Featuring South American and African Artists|Chloë Ashby|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But across post-Soviet Ukraine the three have long been regarded as interchangeable and inseparable.
We sink into the domesticated blandness of our interchangeable, modern-era selves.Duck! Reality TV Returns Us to the Dark Age of Tribal Warfare|James Poulos|December 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Voice already had two winners in a row who were, by and large, interchangeable with Colon and Paul.Danielle Bradbery Wins ‘The Voice.’ But She Won’t Be a Star.|Kevin Fallon|June 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This arrangement of interchangeable tins is also important as facilitating easy cleaning.The Romance of Modern Mechanism|Archibald Williams
The reamer is especially desirable for interchangeable work, when all holes must have a smooth finish and be of the same diameter.Turning and Boring|Franklin D. Jones
Page 96: 'numquam' and 'nunquam' are interchangeable; they both mean 'never', or 'not'.
But does not this interchangeable use of the words imply a close relation between the two orders of being?Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St Luke|Henry Burton
These terms must be interchangeable, unless we are playing at "make-believe," when we say that a spirit is a child of God.What and Where is God?|Richard La Rue Swain