pilferable

pilferable

(ˈpɪlfərəbəl)
adj
capable of being pilfered
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In addition to stocking 1,900 lines of medical supplies, warehousing responsibilities may also encompass shipping, management, and maintenance of medical gas cylinders, a vault for medications and pilferable items, temperature sensitive vaccines, and contingency operations items, including medical chemical defense materiel.
In any given day, S3D personnel might handle classified material; Nuclear Weapon Related Material; arms, ammunition, and explosive material; hazardous material; shelf life material; pilferable material; mandatory turn-in repairable material; and material turned into stores.
In addition, agencies were unable to locate 458 items of 1,058 total accountable and pilferable items totaling over $2.
Our mission was to guard pilferable supplies on the beach and to control traffic.
She knew that it was critical to quickly return this valuable and potentially pilferable equipment to secure storage.
Some items, such as compact discs, pose special problems because they are expensive and easily pilferable.
Oxygen, litters, exam gloves, and other supplies were stored outside of these storage units with no protective covering, completely exposed to the elements and the intense heat of Afghanistan, and with no security measures in place for pilferable items.
The Igla MANPADS is a highly pilferable item on the Russian black market.
It cleverly milks humor from the orientation process, the attraction of easily pilferable office supplies, Byzantine computer systems and those unforthcoming keepers of their secrets, the systems help-desk technicians, and the humiliation and envy of being exposed to a senior executive's travel expenses.
All this electronic stuff that is pilferable is in all of our offices.
This includes managing a range of over 1,400 pilferable records with a depth of over 1.