nonexpendable


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nonexpendable

[¦nän·ik′spen·də·bəl]
(engineering)
Pertaining to a supply item or piece of equipment that is not consumed, and does not lose its identity, in use, as a weapon, vehicle, machine, tool, piece of furniture, or instrument.
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A recent PBUSE update lets users enter nonexpendable COEI in the system number (SYSNO), while still having the reporting and trace-ability required by AR 710-3, Inventory Management Asset and Transaction Reporting System (Sep 09).
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The comments questioned why nonexpendable property records, which were not being maintained for items acquired under grants, had to be maintained because of the cost.
Since, according to Cajetan, cambium ought to be regarded as an emptio venditio, he makes the most of market valuation and states that the market places a higher value on expendable than on nonexpendable money.
Army technical manuals describe how to operate and maintain Class VII items; they also serve as authorization documents for the expendable, durable, and nonexpendable supplies required to operate or maintain the Class VII items.
For nonexpendable bones, intralesional curettage is performed through a large cortical window, with extensive burring back to normal bone.
The Ucar is to be designed as nonexpendable, to use heavy fuel/JP-8 and accept command and control functions from either a ground station or from another aircraft, such as an RAH-66 or the UH-60-based A2C2S (Army Airborne Command and Control System).
The FASB's permanently restricted net assets are equivalent to the GASB's nonexpendable restricted net assets.
If there is a permanent endowment, restricted net assets should be shown as expendable and nonexpendable.