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It is possible that these may all be insufficient to control the caprice and wickedness of man.
Thus the phenomenon of recognition has as its cause the two occasions when the stimulus has occurred; either alone is insufficient.
At last abused Nature succumbed to the terrific strain that had been put upon her, and the giant constitution of the man went down before the cold and the wet, weakened and impoverished by loss of sleep and insufficient food; for through the last two days he had been able to find but little, and that little he had given to the girl, telling her that he had eaten his fill while he gathered hers.
It is natural that these and a countless and infinite quantity of other reasons, the number depending on the endless diversity of points of view, presented themselves to the men of that day; but to us, to posterity who view the thing that happened in all its magnitude and perceive its plain and terrible meaning, these causes seem insufficient.
There is insufficient labour and poor tools, no satisfactory method of draining the swampy country, and further, I don't think any one would work with the constant fear of an attack from those savages.
During the justice committee hearing on Wednesday, at least 28 members stood up after finding that the complaint, filed by Volunteers Against Crime and Corruption (VACC) founding chair Dante Jimenez and Vanguard of the Philippine Constitution president Eligio Mallari, insufficient in form.
NA speaker Ayyaz Sadiq has said the evidence provided by Sheikh Rashid along with his reference are insufficient.
Response: There is insufficient information to uphold this concern.
Connolly accepted the charge but denied the standard punishment was clearly insufficient," said the FA.
Insufficient glandular tissue is impossible to diagnose before breast-feeding is attempted.
Insufficient sleep and circadian rhythm disruption are associated with negative health outcomes, including obesity, cardiovascular disease, and cognitive impairment, but the mechanisms involved remain largely unexplored.
Adverse childhood experiences and frequent insufficient sleep in 5 US states, 2009: a retrospective cohort study.
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