References in classic literature ?
The tribe consented to act with deliberation, and with one voice they committed the direction of the whole affair to the government of the chief who had suggested such wise and intelligible expedients.
The case seemed wholly desperate and deplorable; and this magnificent palace would have infallibly been burnt down to the ground, if, by a presence of mind unusual to me, I had not suddenly thought of an expedient.
That might be pardoned, sir, were it not for the extraordinary character of the expedient.
Lady Susan finds it necessary that Frederica should be to blame, and probably has sometimes judged it expedient to excuse her of ill-nature and sometimes to lament her want of sense.
And so, as they had the power and wish to inculpate him, this expedient of an inquiry and trial seemed unnecessary.
It is not expedient to burden this preliminary to my story with further details, which I do make asseveration I possess a-plenty.
Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School has not taught how to conduct or plan for flame field expedients for several years.