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expendable

expendable

expendable Sentence Examples

  • The bike was a trophy from a time when Dean's budget contained more expendable income.

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  • These mats are made of expendable green resources like non-toxic rubber foam or cork.

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  • These little "nickel and dime" purchases are what mysteriously eat away at expendable income, thus they are the easiest to curb.

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  • Not only will you need to have the expendable finances to treat your skin, you'll also want to commit to your clear skin afterwards by avoiding the sun at all costs.

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  • This is the more 'frankensteinian' theme of the Terminator movies - be careful abou creating objects smarter or stronger than you, or you might find yourself wholly expendable.

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  • Her eyes were warm with tears and her heart racing from the unexpected confrontation with the distressed ex-deity who viewed her as expendable less than a week before.

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  • The bike was a trophy from a time when Dean's budget contained more expendable income.

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  • "You are expendable," past-Death replied.

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  • It also corrals the files that tend to be large and/or expendable into one location, and simplifies disk space management for builds.

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  • Alloy Surfaces ' strong growth has continued and it is now the largest supplier of expendable decoys in the world.

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  • In reality many charities with an expendable endowment depend on the income it produces to fund core or continuing activities.

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  • One who thought that human life was not expendable would have asked a question about human worth.

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  • My question is this: are the innocent now expendable in the fight to ensure that all guilty people receive their just deserts?

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  • This book brings Scripture alive to prove that church is not only expendable, it hinders spiritual growth.

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  • Based on the philosophy that the employe is completely expendable, this book succeeds in " Topgrading " worker exploitation.

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  • expendable at the discretion of the trustees in furtherance of the charity's objects.

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  • expendable as income they represent permanent endowment for the purpose of section 96 of the Charities Act 1993.

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  • expendable endowment for the purposes of the charity.

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  • expendable income of £ 100 or more.

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  • expendable item of the lot: flies.

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  • expendable launch vehicle stands ready to launch the Swift spacecraft.

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  • expendable funds, or both, are to be pooled.

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  • expendable pawn of more powerful people " .

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  • A company with price remained flat is deemed expendable to match of.

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  • All of these are considered imminently expendable by the system.

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  • Children went through a natural progression in their process of education, and there was a point when nurses became expendable.

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  • We have a choice - either to adapt and submit to the more powerful energies. or to be regarded as expendable.

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  • Many grew depressed and felt expendable -- especially since U.S. officials had made clear they would not negotiate with Iraq over hostages.

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  • seem to suggest that most human lives are expendable most of the time?

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  • Does n't the evidence on the ground seem to suggest that most human lives are expendable most of the time?

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