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dispensable

(dĭ-spĕn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being dispensed, administered, or distributed: dispensable drugs.

dis·pens′a·bil′i·ty, dis·pens′a·ble·ness n.
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The effect of dietary methionine and dispensible amino acid supplementation on abdominal fat deposition in male broiler.
Whether the changes to Q1 are authorial or otherwise, the text contains other evidence of extensive abridgement, and at these points, notably, its stage directions are often condensed or massed in order to amend certain sequences of action, particularly those which are theatrically dispensible. In Q1's scene 2, Kemp's entrance is most pointedly not massed with Capulet and Paris at the opening of the scene, suggesting that the adapted text deliberately brings the clown on later in order to maximize his comic impact in this more limited version of the play.
Of course for neither character are the more conventional objects of desire either dispensible or easily attained but that is not quite the point.
In other words, if the incremental approach is dispensible, and its progress can be slow, perhaps the time has come for a more aggressive approach--at the federal level.
Possible departures: Nicky Shorey, Craig Gardner and Marlon Harewood are all dispensible and Emile Heskey needs regular football.
For a nuanced view of Shutts that defends the view that the case "has broader application in specifying the constitutional limits and requirements for the procedures employed in representative litigation," while maintaining that Shutts makes opt out dispensible for preclusive purposes in some contexts at the federal level, see Wolff, supra note 56, at 2093.
Mainstream gay politics' narrow, single-identity agenda situated Rivera on its margins, and viewed her and her memory as both manipulable and dispensible. By contrast, Rivera's own political affinities, while fiercely resisting cooptation, remained inclusive, mobile, and contextual.
The internet access reduced time and costs of the workshop, as the library visit foreseen in the original manual became dispensible. In addition, the quality of the proposals were based more on evidence and thus needed less adaptation after the workshop.
However, with Villa struggling to come up with the pounds 3.5million they would need to persuade Glenn Roeder that the England Under-21 international is dispensible, Wigan are understood to be prepared to match that valuation as Paul Jewell looks to build on an excellent first season in the Barclays Premiership.
It seems, for some involved in the sport, the animals are precious while they are making money and simply dispensible commodities when they are not.
With 35-year-old Gareth Southgate approaching the end of his career and Ugo Ehiogu, 33, considered dispensible in January, Boro are looking for a commanding central defender.
But with the manager needing to shuffle his budget following the influx, he was unfortunate to be a non-contract player and therefore dispensible.