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- adjective obsolete Insufficient.
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- adjective Not sufficient.
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The Obama team seems to think that the problems we face were due to unsufficient financial profligacy, insufficient government intervention and insufficient taxation.
Those visits are unsufficient incentive to have more kids.
I assume the poor thing did not live very long in the zoo – having lived as a family member and then having to cohabitat with a species unknown to him with different habits and dietary requirements he either died of a broken heart or of unsufficient care.
Yeah, because then the unsufficient social security stateside won't get ya into deep trouble and hardships!
I know how grievous the problem of unsufficient social security and health care in the US is, alas!
Because exploiters and moralizing bullies and domestic offenders know exactly why they are so crazy about unsufficient welfare programs and even about unsufficient legal redress!
As I understand, he did provide a disclaimer, but it was unsufficient to inform so many listeners of that fact.
And now, this really reminds me of some extremely unpleasant stuff re: some loopholes for Nazi criminals and unsufficient denazification!
If one wants to "Maximize his Scientific Impact", I think that there is only one strategy: respect the criteria drawn by others, even if you find them unsufficient.
The Republicans sent our troops into a war based on a lie, with unsufficient supplies and troops, with no plan for victory, and now we're surprised they don't care if they kill even more American soldiers in a plan that's only mean to save Bush's ego?