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Drivers have no rights and there are in excess so expendable.
The Falcon 9 second stage is expendable, which is the space term for essentially just junk that’s discarded and eventually de-orbits and burns up on reentry.
The first is that they are expendable, both in terms of material cost and also because they do not risk the life of an on-board pilot to operate.
Answering the threat of anti-air missiles is just one possible use for plane-launched more-expendable drones.
Government property is considered expendable or non-expendable depending upon its character.
OUR NATIONAL FORESTSRICHARD H. DOUAI BOERKER
Meanwhile I shall study your sales tapes concerning the non-expendable flitters.
VOODOO PLANETANDRE NORTON
From a practical standpoint, however, anything that James contracted for was expendable and of vital necessity.
THE FOURTH RGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
He's taking the rap for another man because he knows that he is expendable and the other man isn't.
THE UNNECESSARY MANGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
Furthermore, there seems to be some non-expendable items that can't be accounted for, a couple of major items among them.
JACK OF NO TRADESCHARLES COTTRELL
Your expendable supplies items accounting seems to be lax, if not outright careless.
JACK OF NO TRADESCHARLES COTTRELL

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