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sufficiency

the question in the law of evidence as to whether a party has produced enough evidence that supports his case. In criminal cases in England and in Scotland, a failure to produce a sufficiency can result in a case being dismissed on a plea of NO CASE TO ANSWER. See CORROBORATION.
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Can Rs5,250 a month suffice for an aged labourer to sustain his family in these harsh times?
And despite being offered a [pounds sterling]30 e-gift as an apology, themum-of-onehas turned it down, saying the gesture "doesn't suffice",BirminghamLive reported.
Physical gestures, such as trying to push the defendant away or attempting to move in a way that would require the defendant to end the penetration, may suffice, provided that these gestures reasonably communicate the withdrawal of consent to a reasonable person in the defendant's circumstances.
It would be suffice here to say that PTI-led federal govt is all set to complete its first 100 days in the ongoing month, November.
Summary: New Delhi [India], September 30 (ANI): In the wake of the incident wherein 22 people were killed and over 39 seriously got injured in a rush-hour stampede at Elphinstone railway station's foot over bridge, the Congress on Saturday suggested that the affected families could be inducted in the Railways for better safety and security as mere compensation cannot suffice the loss of a family.
She added: "I don't think an apology will suffice. If that was my daughter, it simply wouldn't suffice.
200 million cubic meters of gas will suffice for the whole village, he added.
Out of action since the Ladbrokes Puppy Derby final at Monmore in March until returning to the fray last month, he won his first race since when skating up over the course and distance nine days ago and a similar performance will surely suffice.
The result of this union will certainly meet the client's wishes and suffice the designer's creation.
Of course these people could have been married in a civil ceremony, or by a minister of another denomination, but these are prominent people, and nothing less than an archbishop will suffice. I also note without surprise the severity of the punishment handed out by the Bishop of Toronto" Archbishop Finlay's licence to officiate at marriages was suspended to the end of 2006.
Suffice to say that McGuire wasn't buying Miller and U.S.
For a minor hemorrhage limited to the superior surface, limited voice rest and close follow-up will usually suffice. More extensive hemorrhages should be managed with voice rest for approximately 1 week and further intervention as necessary.