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Even with the problem of understaffing and over-large classes, the inevitable logistic difficulties of a huge city comprehensive, someone on the staff of that overequipped and ill-disciplined menagerie, he thought with anger, ought to have been able to recognize a scholar.
He disappeared into his immaculate, fashionably overequipped kitchen, and came back with a dustpan and two brushes.
Haphazard and disorganized, they were clearly not military, and they were overequipped for mere banditry.
Please, for those of us who would find it difficult to survive without our VWs, you can call this overpriced, overequipped new Beetle what you will, but don't ever expect it to replace the original Beetle.
Meanwhile, as former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf told this correspondent last year, "All the Taliban fighter needs is an onion, a loaf of bread and an AK-47 to keep him going, while the United States is overequipped."