sufficiently strong

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Crooks's party would be sufficiently strong to follow him.
The suspicion was there, however, and it was sufficiently strong for me to make up my mind that I should prefer not to have him back again.
Nor were they sufficiently strong in either guns or loyal followers to risk antagonizing the wily old chief.
Further, I advised him to call upon Kulan Tith and the son of Thuvan Dihn for warriors and ships that the expedition might be sufficiently strong to insure success at the first blow.
A few taken together are sufficiently strong to support the weight of the large loose stones, to which in the inland channels they grow attached; and yet some of these stones were so heavy that when drawn to the surface, they could scarcely be lifted into a boat by one person.
Oh, you'--Fanny paused for a sufficiently strong expression--'you Common-minded little Amy
Yet this spiritual ferment was not sufficiently strong wholly to undo me.
Spenlow made, still it was not established on a sufficiently strong basis to bear, without being shaken, such a blow as the sudden loss of its active manager.
The Crystal Palace manager is no longer pursuing Newcastle's Coloccini - after a productive summer he no longer expects to add to his squad - partly because he believes that in Dann, who he feels can play for England, Damien Delaney, Brede Hangeland and Adrian Mariappa his defence is sufficiently strong.
Surely if a ground doesn't have sufficiently strong netting then it shouldn't be hosting a game like this?
He added: "Although Government bodies have the ability to intercept huge amounts of message traffic, it will always be possible to devise sufficiently strong encryption mechanisms so that the content of the messages cannot be deciphered within a reasonable timeframe.
3 Bank guarantee Tenderers must be financially and economically sufficiently strong.