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suitable to be expended

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(used of funds) remaining after taxes

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That Herb was a lineman instead of a so-called "skill position player" (that is, someone who is supposed to score touchdowns) strengthens the sense of his general expendability.
The expendability of people of color doesn't end with capital, policy, and consultants, but also extends to the practices of the U.
After she provides Simon with a daughter, another woman for him to use (as an emissary between dimensions) in his fantasy of empire, she recognizes her expendability.
In this way, Beatrice exposes the inequity of the redemptive contract, based as it is on an economics that posits the expendability of individuals.
It is, quite simply, an issue of gendercide--a culturally sanctioned belief in the inferiority and expendability of females.
Understanding that the university is inherently a hierarchical institution, the extension of expendability to a center-friendly reinforcement like the Writing Lab Newsletter (WLN) is within the realm of possibility, and, in fact, has occurred.
The Expendability Doctrine is an oil conspiracy thriller, about utterly ruthless criminal behavior motivated by sheer lust for money and power.
King is a highly efficient communicator (the fluorescent pink eponymous text of Let's Talk About Me, 2005, alone establishes that) but, as his comment to Poynor hints, the message that he sends most unequivocally is that of his own (artistic) project's ultimate expendability.
Gender discrimination--and an attitude regarding the expendability of women and girls--can serve as a fatal rationale for indifference toward child prostitution and trafficking in women and girls.
Worse, it has also encouraged the total disvaluation, exclusion from value, and thus expendability of all lives both human and nonhuman that appear to contribute little or nothing of monetary value to the economic whole (Clark, 1993, pp.
5) Sugar expendability would become a lasting feature in earning of scarce forex.
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The expendability of the Steel City's injured workers did not mean that all were merely tossed aside and forgotten.
This includes items that are classified as consumables with expendability, recoverability repairability category (ERRC) code of N or P.