Arabs are seen as unwanted, unwelcomed, expendable and a demographic threat.
“They (critics of reform) think these people are expendable,” says Simpson.
"As a result, he treats workers as expendable resources without taking into account their contributions," Stone writes.
expendable money, in turn, amounts of ground organization, media buys, and, ultimately, votes.
With psychiatrists becoming an expendable luxury, trainers, masseuses, and even dentists are doling out mental-health advice.
Your expendable supplies items accounting seems to be lax, if not outright careless.
I know you hate to burn up a ship, but this one is supposed to be expendable.
From a practical standpoint, however, anything that James contracted for was expendable and of vital necessity.
If we're caught, who knows better than we that we're expendable?
We reject any insinuation that one race or another, one people or another, is in any sense inferior or expendable.