alterative alterative


  • (adj) tending to cure or restore to health


  • He is not undertaking any dialogue with a reasonable dissente who might accept civil unions or some non-marriae alterative for gay couples.


  • FINRA urges awareness of alternative funds

    The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority is urging investors to make sure they understand alterative funds before they invest in them. The industry watchdog issued a new investor alert Tuesday that ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News


  1. "It's clearly a good, software-driven device, but we're concerned about wideband area coverage, so that 3G (third-generation) or HSDPA (upgraded 3G) connectivity with the iPhone is something that we look forward to. Every product, every alterative,...
    on Jul 19, 2007 By: Arun Sarin Source: Red Herring

  2. "We are not going to close down mass transit," Bloomberg said. "If it takes us to raise the fares to a level that really hurts people, the alterative of closing it down would be even worse. It's the responsibility of Albany to come up with a...
    on Mar 25, 2009 By: Michael Bloomberg Source: Lower Hudson Journal news

  3. "It makes a lot of sense for countries like China and India to understand the potentials of alterative sources of energy," Bush said. "I believe that Brazil and the United States have the capacity to help lead the way toward that better day."
    on Mar 9, 2007 By: President Bush Source: US Department of State (press release)

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