“Where a household is not economically self-sufficing, that is, where households are economically interdependent, we have a broader economy.”
“Yet so far are we in ourselves from the ideal, which no man can come near until absolutely devoted to its quest, that we continually take that for sufficing which is a little beyond.”
“Dooling also supplies the Crazy Lady show with it's centerpiece, a straight-jacket covered over with acrylic fingernails more than sufficing as a symbol of the obssessive fixation on commercial standards of beauty.”
“I was looking for a Kleenex because the drenched sleeve of my sweatshirt was no longer sufficing when she reappeared.”
“The increase in potency has reduced the number of pills people are taking, with one or two pills sufficing instead of five or more, according to Drugscope, whose findings correspond with a growing body of research produced by a team at Lancaster University that suggests the market in ecstasy is fragmenting.”
“In fact, Steward believed gay men were loners - who "should live alone and learn to like it, and to be self-sufficing" - despite the community that saved his papers, made a pilgrimage to him in his old age and produced this fascinating slice of American history.”
“This I cannot continue, time not sufficing; and the next will just have to be worse.”
“Her own diminished consequence and straitened circumstances she indeed felt, but for this the death of MacTavish Mhor was, in her apprehension, a sufficing reason; and she doubted not that she should rise to her former state of importance when Hamish Bean (or fair-haired James) should be able to wield the arms of his father.”
“We are perplexed that old bromides are not sufficing as an answer.”
“Company of phalanstery of Own way the phalanstery one is a self-sufficing city.”
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