Dispensable sentence example

dispensable
  • Battery life is probably the most dispensable factor as many monitors can both plug-in and function independently by battery.
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  • That said, there are some technologies available today that make a notebook dispensable.
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  • Pro-actively, the East Timorese have been an inconvenient and entirely dispensable commodity for the last twenty five years.
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  • The English ladies were more easily dispensable Henry was a tyrant and a despot.
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  • Strictly speaking the " religious congregations " should be distinguished from the orders of regular clerks, the difference being that in the former the vows, though taken for life, are only " simple vows " and more easily dispensable by authority; but the character and work of the two institutes is very similar.
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  • Cardiff, doctorwho, torchwood Comments (3) August 19, 2005 Who said writers were dispensable?
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  • Similarly forms of thinking, the law of contradiction not excepted, have their meaning only in reference to determinate content, even though distributively all determinate contents are dispensable.
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  • Some places were considered dispensable, while others were regarded as indispensable to the nation-building drive.
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  • Yugoslavia was economically dispensable neither a rich market nor a strategic oilfield.
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