Surplus

Surplus may refer to:

  • "The Surplus", an episode of The Office
  • Surplus: Terrorized into Being Consumers, a documentary film
  • Economic surplus, one of various supplementary values
  • Government budget surplus
  • Economic surplus in surplus economics or surplus product in Marxian economics

Other articles related to "surplus":

Surplus Procedure
... The surplus procedure (SP) is a fair division protocol for dividing goods in a way that achieves proportional equitability ... The surplus procedure was devised by Steven J ...
Military Surplus Act (Kahn–Wadsworth Act)
... The Military Surplus Act (or Kahn-Wadsworth Act) was signed into US law by the 66th US Congress in 1920 ... (R) of New York, it distributed 25,000 surplus army trucks to state highway departments for road-building purposes ...
SM City Sta. Mesa - Anchors - Minor Anchors - Surplus
... Surplus Shop is another junior anchors of the mall ... Surplus Shop features clothing products sold at affordable prices ...
Swedish Military Bicycle - Civilian Use
... information Kronan (bicycle) Beginning in the 1970s, the Army began to sell its m/42s as military surplus ... come in a variety of colors, compared to the matte green and gray of the surplus models, and can even be purchased with three-speed SRAM hubs and front brakes ... Unlike the military surplus m/42s, these have been widely exported to other countries ...

Famous quotes containing the word surplus:

    Dog. A kind of additional or subsidiary Deity designed to catch the overflow and surplus of the world’s worship.
    Ambrose Bierce (1842–1914)

    The Indian is one of Nature’s gentlemen—he never says or does a rude or vulgar thing. The vicious, uneducated barbarians, who form the surplus of overpopulous European countries, are far behind the wild man in delicacy of feeling or natural courtesy.
    Susanna Moodie (1803–1885)

    Just as the French of the nineteenth century invested their surplus capital in a railway-system in the belief that they would make money by it in this life, in the thirteenth they trusted their money to the Queen of Heaven because of their belief in her power to repay it with interest in the life to come.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)