Some articles on exhausted:
... an abstraction does not exist there may be exhausted symphonies and exhausted composers, but the response to a challenge to one's capacity for large-scale organisation and development – that can be exhausted only in ...
... allocated to the candidates whose surplus is to be distributed shall be set aside and declared exhausted-with-value and its value added to the total value of ... Exhausted votes that form part of a candidates surplus remain in the count and form part of the initial candidate’s Total Vote and surplus ...
... City walls enter play once the first pile is exhausted ... The first player to score after the first pile is exhausted places the city gate next to any tile, and thereafter all players must place a wall segment such that it is adjacent to a tile and to ... After the second pile is exhausted, each player places two wall segments ...
... most of their weapons and equipment, the exhausted survivors struggled back to the beach to link up with 20 fully armed men who had been left on the ... An exhausted and dispirited Carlson dispatched a note to the Japanese commander offering to surrender, but the Japanese messenger was killed by other Marines who were ... Using this raft, 72 exhausted Raiders sailed 4 miles from Butaritari to the mouth of the lagoon, where the subs picked them up ...
... Claiming a computer-related advance as an exhausted combination may provide a way to prevent the claimed advance from being classified as nonstatutory subject matter ... on acceptance of the Federal Circuit's abolition of the exhausted combination doctrine.) For example, the form of the processes claimed in Diamond v ... is applied, etc.” The claim, although to an exhausted combination, would have required apparatus as did that in the Diehr case ...
More definitions of "exhausted":
- (adj): Completely emptied of resources or properties.
Example: "Impossible to grow tobacco on the exhausted soil"; "the exhausted food sources"; "exhausted oil wells"
- (adj): Drained physically.
Example: "The day's events left her completely exhausted--her strength drained"
Famous quotes containing the word exhausted:
“History teaches us that men and nations behave wisely once they have exhausted all other alternatives.”
—Abba Eban (b. 1915)
“After having exhausted all the arguments on behalf of evil, one utters the creeds dictums with nostalgia rather than with fervor.”
—Joseph Brodsky (b. 1940)
“A small man can be just as exhausted as a great man.”
—Arthur Miller (b. 1915)