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Synonyms for disposable

available

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an item that can be disposed of after it has been used

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free or available for use or disposition

designed to be disposed of after use

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Virtual Frontier slack-based measure, airline energy efficiency, strong disposability, weak disposability, undesirable output
This study uses the Data Envelopment Analysis to measure the agricultural environmental performance under the assumption of natural and managerial disposability, but also evaluates the Returns to Scale and Damages to Scale in Latin America and the Caribbean during 2012.
This figure, Pande argues, is "constantly aware of her disposability and the transience of her identity as a worker and yet loves the product of her transient labor (the fetus) as her own.
The sense of transience, of disposability lends to the songs etherealness -- both it and the relationships it documents are only here for a moment.
As Tina Chanter points out, Margaret's profane approach to the dead mirrors the mining company's attitude toward the living men who work in the mines, showing "how far capitalism requires the working class to play the role of a dispensable subhuman category of workers whose disposability is necessary for the maintenance of capitalism" (98).
Szaky believes that the consumer bears much of the responsibility for waste because of their penchant for disposability.
Against the tide of disposability and style without substance, we need to shift towards more conscious modes of consumption to reassess what we actually need.
In an attempt to be realistic, the game impresses upon you the sheer disposability of the Russian army that you command.
Readers who identified a compelling new voice in Miles's Dear American Airlines will find Want Not an even more elegant, mature work[mdash]an unusual defense of human worth in an age of wastefulness and disposability.
Russell says: "This show looks at the importance of heroes in this age of atheistic disposability.
He reflects on the importance of heroes in this age of atheistic disposability at Symphony Hall tonight and tomorrow.
Sueyoshi and Goto [8] further extended their work and expressed the new concepts of natural and managerial disposability in DEA environmental assessment.
From a generation where we scrimped and saved as newlyweds for every household item - like a second-hand table and chairs or a square of carpet - I find the disposability of just about everything today quite shocking, especially at a time when we are supposed to recycle more and send less to landfill.
Brand has said the tour focuses on icons including Che Guevara, Gandhi, Malcolm X and Jesus, and examines "the importance of heroes in this age of atheistic disposability.