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It was clear that the upper reaches of the Thames would not allow of the navigation of a boat sufficiently large to take the things we had set down as indispensable; so we tore the list up, and looked at one another!
The aperture was already sufficiently large for him to enter, but by waiting, he could still cling to hope, and retard the certainty of deception.
Casaubon, showing that his views of the womanly nature were sufficiently large to include that requirement.
All the windows and doors had been taken away, and sufficiently large holes were conspicuous in the dilapidated roofs, but the surrounding land was laid out in fields that were highly cultivated, and the old garden spaces had been turned into meadows, watered by a system of irrigation as artfully contrived as that in use in Limousin.
The drama is naturally the most popular literary form in periods like the Elizabethan when the ability (or inclination) to read is not general, when men are dominated by the zest for action, and when cities have become sufficiently large to keep the theaters well filled.
Finally, however, a sufficiently large tract oœ ground was turned up, and sown with this new kind of seed; although half of the dragon's teeth still remained to be planted some other day.
The higher cholesterol levels observed in the frequent takeout eaters, if sustained, are sufficiently large to increase long-term heart disease risk by around 10 percent, the researchers noted.
the framework agreement is to be concluded between the ag and several companies, provided that a sufficiently large number of companies meet the eligibility criteria and a sufficiently large number of admissible offers meet the award criteria.
Rob Higgins may not have noticed, but the proportion of this country with serious concerns about immigration is sufficiently large that they were one of the main driving forces behind a political party called UKIP, which managed to get us out of the EU, with the result that we will end up with a substantial cut in immigration.
In this case, clearly [xi] [member of] L, but if [mathematical expression not reproducible] (by reordering indexes if necessary), then we arrive at an absurdity as [mathematical expression not reproducible], for all sufficiently large n.
Few MPs have a sufficiently large enough serving military voter population to be knowledgeable or even seriously concerned about service personnel issues.
Dr Neil Paton, president of the British Veterinary Association (BVA) in Wales, told AMs that, to be effective, culls must involve "sufficient number of badgers killed in sufficient time over a sufficiently large area".