expirable

expirable

(ɪkˈspaɪərəbəl)
adj
capable of expiring or ending
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These elements selected from a group consisting of: capacitors, expirable components, contactless devices, read only memory devices and programmable memory devices; and wherein the sensor status circuit is configured to identify automatically a type of sensor with which it is associated, wherein a designated sensor type is associated with a designated capacitor value; or wherein the sensor status circuit includes a fuse and the sensor status is determined to be newly connected to the system when the fuse is initially closed.
Maintenance requirements can be clerical in nature such as maintaining the currency of expirable documents such as medical licenses, malpractice insurance, and board certifications.
Keeping expirable pet food in your inventory presents the same problems as keeping live inventory-the risk of waste.
The system also handles electronic signatures via configurable options such as expirable passwords, user blocking and retiring, and records of failed login attempts.
1991) discovered that expirable tasks had not previously been considered because in industrial settings it is almost always worth completing a job, even if late.