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  • The exception was not stated in terms suffi - cientl} 'guarded to accomplish the probable purpose of the legislature.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

  • To take training alone is not suffi cient; you contingency additionally accept a leading.

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  • Mounted officers are deployed for such purpose it is important to ensure that a crowd or group to be dispersed has suffi - cient avenues of escape and/or retreat available to them and has a reasonable chance to disperse. —

    Civil Rights

  • He realized that it would make no sense for the Contrary Citizens to make such a move, even after they gained suffi - cient information to achieve their power in Proton.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The group of trees, with their dark leaves shining like burnished metal in the light of the setting sun, were suffi - cient to mark the house even had Miss Hunter not been standing smiling on the door-step.

    Sole Music

  • Twist, twirl, dance, spin .. like a suffi dervish dancer ...

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  • Water is a basic human need (We can go weeks without food but only days without water.), yet 1.1 billion people lack suffi cient access to safe drinking water.

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  • Les contrôles ordinaires si ils existent n'ont pas suffi pour éviter ce genre de bévue.

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  • Yet under suffi-cient duress, Koubi says, most men of even this kind will eventually break — most, but not all.

    The Dark Art of Interrogation

  • But someone had already reviewed the lensor's recording pack and deemed the information contained therein of suffi-cient importance that it should be viewed immedi-ately by the highest authority.

    The Chronicles of Riddick


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