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- adj. not suitable to be expended
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Whether it be a primate or a sociopath, the real question is this: how did we let one company become so crucially unexpendable that our economy teeters on its very existence?
There was no good reason why the Traveler should send a boat and three highly unexpendable humans down to look at its lifelessness.
But nature sustained by unexpendable forces must abide.
Nature filled with unexpendable forces continues in form.
Sylvester Stallone pursued by Brazilian company for unexpendable debts star could face a £1. 36m lawsuit brought by O2, his partners on The Expendables production, his latest action outing Sylvester
And a lot of what we do is done, subconsciously, indirectly, to avoid the thought of death, or to make ourselves so unexpendable through our accomplishments that death will hesitate to take us, or, when the scimitar finally falls, to insure that we 'live on" in the memory of the lucky ones still kicking.