(1) ├ö├ç├┐They├ö├ç├û were robots, automated manufacturing equipment that was going to supplant human employment.(2) All in all, this is one case where the supplements supplant the film they are supposed to enhance.(3) Science, by which he meant rational inquiry, would eventually supplant religion, he maintained, and guide the direction of human progress.(4) another discovery could supplant the original finding(5) But this, in turn, is supplanted by the increasingly theoretical, increasingly subdivided abstraction for which she later became known in Paris.(6) And he knows that the economic power of capitalism supplants the dictatorial power he envisions for himself.(7) Where movies rarely deal in any realistic way with the problems of work and family, these shows tell the modern story of the work-family supplanting the real-family.(8) Her supplanter ruled well but was overthrown by another.(9) Class hierarchies based on wealth and power are briefly set aside, poverty is forgotten, men may dress as women, leisure supplants work, and the disparate components of Brazilian society blend in a dizzying blaze of color and music.(10) This excellent and complete set easily supplants the opera version and stands with the original Broadway cast recording as a vivid reminder of one of the musical theatre's greatest composer-lyricist collaborations.(11) A couple of years ago the gurus of cyberspace routinely hailed the coming of a new era; a new time and space where our messy material world is supplemented and, in the end, supplanted by a new kind of virtual space.(12) Larger versions, like the barrel organs and orchestrions, filled the same role as the gramophone, which superseded them, and has since been supplanted in its turn by the CD player.(13) In some organizations surveillance cameras, electronic pads, and sensors capable of detecting the most minute deviation from stipulated working methods have largely supplanted human supervisors.(14) She says the representation is a prime example of how by the time we get to the end of the 1700s, the erotic image of the female nude was supplanted by images of the heroic male form.(15) As we move on into the 16th century in Italy, so oil technique, mainly based on walnut oil, supplants egg tempera and the use of linseed oil becomes progressively more common.(16) Most recent anime - and Hollywood movies, for that matter - continually generates two complaints: Style supplants substance and genre replaces originality.