What is expended?

  • (adj): Having all been spent.
    Synonyms: gone, spent

Some articles on expended:

List Of Cruiser Classes Of The Imperial Japanese Navy - Protected Cruisers & Unprotected Cruisers
... cruiser 2,657 30 March 1 ... April 1928 Expended as a target 1930 Akitsushima Yokosuka Naval Arsenal protected cruiser 3,100 31 March 27 ... January 1927 Scrapped ...
Race Rock Light - History
... a lighthouse at Race Rock but the money was never expended ... have been made, and numerous appropriations expended, in endeavoring to place an efficient and permanent mark on this point ... and so much above the amount of the appropriation on hand ($95,539.66 had been expended out of $261,000 appropriated to June 10, 1872) that no more than the landing and the enrockment of the ...
Lewis And Clark Centennial Exposition - Preparations - Political Action
... The money expended by the two departments amounted to about four hundred thousand dollars each, the State appropriating that expended by the Commission, while the stockholders of the Corporation ... The proceeds from the Exposition were expended entirely under the direction of the Corporation ...
HMS Fox
... HMS Fox was a 22-gun ship captured from the French in 1650 and expended as a fireship in 1656 ... HMS Fox was a 14-gun ship captured in 1658 and expended as a fireship in 1666 ... HMS Fox was an 8-gun fireship launched in 1690 and expended in 1692 at La Hougue ...
Species Discovery Curve
... of living things recorded in a particular environment as a function of the cumulative effort expended searching for them (usually measured in person-hours) ... that would be discovered if infinite effort is expended ... effort, it will never entirely cease, so there is no asymptote, and if infinite effort was expended, an infinite number of species would be discovered ...

Famous quotes containing the word expended:

    Work, as we usually think of it, is energy expended for a further end in view; play is energy expended for its own sake, as with children’s play, or as manifestation of the end or goal of work, as in “playing” chess or the piano. Play in this sense, then, is the fulfillment of work, the exhibition of what the work has been done for.
    Northrop Frye (1912–1991)

    Surely it is one of the requisites of a tasteful garb that the expression of effort to please shall be wanting in it; that the mysteries of the toilet shall not be suggested by it; that the steps to its completion shall be knocked away like the sculptor’s ladder from the statue, and the mental force expended upon it be swept away out of sight like the chips on the studio floor.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)

    Since the beginning of time, three-quarters of the mental energy and of the lies inspired by vanity have been expended for their inferiors by people who are only abased by such expenditure. And Swann, who was easygoing and unaffected with a duchess, trembled at the thought of being scorned and put on airs when he was with a housemaid.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)