Definition of Excessed
1. excess [v] - See also: excess
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Excessed
Literary usage of Excessed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Defense Base Closure And Realignment Commission: Report To The President 1995by DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The entire base will be excessed and the property disposed! ... Bases or portions of bases "mothballed" will not be excessed and disposed. ..."
2. Crime Technology: Federal Assistance to State & Local Law Enforcement by Danny R. Burton (1999)
"The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network directly excessed 186 pieces of ... The Secret Service directly excessed two polygraph instruments (original ..."
3. Military Bases: Analysis of DoD’s Recommendations & Selection Process for by Harry E. Taylor, George O. Morse, David A. Schmidt (2004)
"The entire base will be excessed and the property disposed. ... In such situations, it is possible that no property will be excessed. ..."
4. The White House by Bernard L. Ungar, Gao (2003)
"When we interviewed the contract employee who was referred to in the E-mail as having excessed damaged keyboards, she said that she did not pack all of the ..."
5. Siberia: A Record of Travel, Climbing and Exploration by Samuel Turner (1905)
"One advantage of travelling first is that one's luggage is not excessed, although it may exceed the legal weight by as much as half a hundredweight. ..."
6. Essays on English by Brander Matthews (1921)
"The first time the voyaging American beholds a follow or excessed he is likely to be as bewildered as the wandering Briton is when he first encounters ..."
7. Taking Stock: A Look At The Opportunities & Challenges Posed by Inventories by DIANE Publishing Company (2004)
"Scrap metal that is excessed yearly or more frequently is discussed in this report, but is not considered to be materials in inventory. ..."