Alternative

Alternative may refer to:

  • Alternating (disambiguation)

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Other articles related to "alternative":

There Is No Alternative
... There is no alternative (shortened as TINA) was a slogan which Margaret Thatcher, the conservative British Prime Minister used often ...
Alternative Media
... Alternative media are media (newspapers, radio, television, magazines, movies, Internet, etc.) which provide alternative information to the mainstream media in a given context, whether the mainstream media ... Alternative media differ from mainstream media along one or more of the following dimensions their content, aesthetic, modes of production, modes of distribution, and audience ... Alternative media often aim to challenge existing powers, to represent marginalized groups, and to foster horizontal linkages among communities of interest ...
Alternative - Culture and Society
... Alternative comics, a genre of comic strips and books Alternative comedy, a range of styles used by comedians and writers in the 1980s Alternative culture, a ...
Guitar Tunings - Standard and Alternatives - Alternative - String Gauges and Guitar Adjustments
... Many alternative tunings are difficult or impossible with conventional sets of guitar strings, which have gauges optimized for standard tuning ... Therefore, many alternative tunings benefit from re-stringing of the guitar with different gauges ...
Dog Scootering - Scooter
... An alternative is to use a bicycle instead of a scooter ... This is seen as a more dangerous alternative, as it is more difficult to dismount a bicycle in an emergency ... This alternative activity of harnessing dogs to a bicycle is known as bikejoring ...

Famous quotes containing the word alternative:

    If you have abandoned one faith, do not abandon all faith. There is always an alternative to the faith we lose. Or is it the same faith under another mask?
    Graham Greene (1904–1991)

    Education must, then, be not only a transmission of culture but also a provider of alternative views of the world and a strengthener of the will to explore them.
    Jerome S. Bruner (20th century)

    If the alternative is to keep all just men in prison, or give up war and slavery, the State will not hesitate which to choose.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)