Examples of inefficiency in a Sentence
The candidate blamed her opponent for the local government's inefficiency.
She claims that money can be saved by reducing inefficiencies.
Recent Examples of inefficiency from the Web
Forget about Dak Prescott’s second-half struggles, the inefficiency of Prescott hooking up with Dez Bryant and the defense playing without Sean Lee.
Children, people, need to eat every few hours, the most extraordinary inefficiency that the human body has.
For one, the inefficiency that plagued him last year is back in full force this year.
Nelson took advantage of what the defense was giving him and got the ball moving once again for New Orleans, which allowed them to exploit the Lakers' defensive inefficiencies.
According to Pro Football Focus, Kroft is the 24th rated tight end out of 106 – due largely to his inefficiency as a run (97th) and pass (100th) blocker.
What’s more, the degree of neural inefficiency predicted how severe that child’s symptoms would be.
An example of the inefficiency: After several trips to San Juan, with the same request, Torres expected the Isaios Rodriguez Lopez Hospital in Guayanilla to finally receive a generator.
This was compounded by inefficiencies in national insolvency regimes, which continue to delay the restructuring of bad debts, acting as a further drag on the credit flows.
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