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Surplus - Wikipedia

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Surplus may refer to: Economic surplus, one of various supplementary values; Excess supply, a situation in which the quantity of a good or service supplied is ...

Public Surplus: Government Surplus Auctions

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Public Surplus is the best government surplus auction system available. Find great deals on heavy equipment, cars, buses and even airplanes.

Surplus | Define Surplus at Dictionary.com

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Surplus definition, something that remains above what is used or needed. See more.

Military & Army Surplus | Tactical Gear, Boots, Military Surplus ...

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Shop The Sportsman's Guide for a wide collection of Military & Army Surplus Tactical Gear, including great deals on everything from Army and Military Clothes to ...

Surplus | Definition of Surplus by Merriam-Webster

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Define surplus: an amount (such as an amount of money) that is more than the amount that is needed — surplus in a sentence.

GovDeals.com: Government Surplus Auctions

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GovDeals is the place to bid on government surplus and unclaimed property including heavy equipment, cars, trucks, buses, airplanes, and so much more.

Major Surplus

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Major Surplus carries one of the largest supplies of military surplus and army surplus gear. We are always searching for the best deals on military surplus gear  ...

State Surplus Property Program - New York State Office of General ...

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The New York State Office of General Services administers and is responsible for the property disposition for all agencies statewide of all appropriate surplus ...

Surplus Definition | Investopedia

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A surplus is the amount of an asset or resource that exceeds the portion that is utilized. A surplus is used to describe many excess assets including income, ...