noun see exhaust I

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  • Exhaustibility — Ex*haust i*bil i*ty, n. Capability of being exhausted. [1913 Webster] I was seriously tormented by the thought of the exhaustibility of musical combinations. J. S. Mill. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • exhaustibility — noun The property of being exhaustible. We must accept the exhaustibility of our supply of oil …   Wiktionary

  • exhaustibility — See exhaustedly. * * * …   Universalium

  • exhaustibility — ex·haust·ibil·i·ty …   English syllables

  • exhaustibility — igˌzȯstəˈbiləd.ē, (ˌ)eg , lətē, i noun ( es) : the quality or state of being exhaustible …   Useful english dictionary

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  • myasthenia gravis — noun Etymology: New Latin, literally, grave myasthenia Date: 1900 a disease characterized by progressive weakness and exhaustibility of voluntary muscles without atrophy or sensory disturbance and caused by an autoimmune attack on acetylcholine… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • exhaust — I. verb Etymology: Latin exhaustus, past participle of exhaurire, from ex + haurire to draw; akin to Middle High German œsen to empty, Greek auein to take Date: 1531 transitive verb 1. a. to consume entirely ; use up …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Hotelling's rule — Not to be confused with Hotelling s law. Hotelling s rule is defining the net price path as a function of time while maximising rent in the time of fully extracting a non renewable natural resource. The maximum rent is also known as Hotelling… …   Wikipedia

  • Hotelling-Regel — Die Hotelling Regel ist ein bedeutendes Theorem in der Mikroökonomie. Sie wurde von Harold Hotelling in seinem Artikel The Economics of Exhaustible Resources erstmals 1931 vorgestellt. Hotellings Regel besagt, dass der Preis für eine erschöpfbare …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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