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sufficient

adjective adequate, ample, capable, commensurate, commensurate with, competent, enough, equal to, fair, in fair condition, in good condition, just, meritorious, operative, plentiful, plenty, qualified, satisfactory, satisfying, suitable
Associated concepts: sufficient cause, sufficient evidence, sufficient facts
See also: adequate, ample, commensurate, competent, fair, operative, suitable
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The Member of Parliament for Francistown South, Mr Wynter Mmolotsi had asked the minister to state whether water used for watering vegetables at Glen Valley was sufficiently cleaned and safe.
But the court disagreed with his argument, saying that even without the policemen and cameramen, prosecutors had sufficiently established the plan and circumstances behind the entrapment operation.
He does so with a critical eye, however, because his real goal is to develop a theory that is sufficiently true to physical reality, sufficiently comfortable for the human mind, and sufficiently computer-friendly.
0 percent gross domestic product (GDP) rise officially forecast for 2015 but is not sufficiently strong to tackle the country's high unemployment rate, Reuters cited President Francois Hollande as saying on Monday.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today launched a public consultation to review whether the wholesale mobile wireless services market is sufficiently competitive, both now and in the future.
The research project concluded care environments in Wales were currently not adequately prepared or sufficiently resourced to provide inclusive services for LGB residents.
The global oil market is sufficiently supplied and there is no reason to release extra reserves now, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Thursday.
It would seem Mr Swales wants it both ways: to say in Parliament, and probably to colleges, that he thinks the Government's 16-18 funding package is not sufficiently generous, but to vote against any attempts to ensure learners are sufficiently funded.
It is considered that the assessment of significance and subsequent proposals for demolition are not sufficiently justified.
And the researchers at the Medical University of Graz, Austria, said sufficiently high levels of the vitamin have a "positive influence" on testosterone, the Daily Express reported.
Could one not generalise from this imperfect state of affairs to look at the situation of doctors and nurses, whose English is not good enough to communicate sufficiently well with their patients and colleagues?
This case focused on whether judges thought the design was sufficiently distinctive and famous across Europe for it to attract trademark rights preventing other drinks producers aping this bottle.