Examples of sufficiency in a Sentence
the sufficiency of the portions is such that you will leave the restaurant with a full stomach but without doggie bags
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Breaching tennis’ cardinal virtues of self-sufficiency and autonomy, the coach begins by telling this emotional woman to calm down.
The increases aren’t tied to losses from any of the 2017 hurricanes, but required by two congressional fixes enacted in 2012 and 2014 that were intended to steer the debt-laden National Flood Insurance Program toward self-sufficiency.
Save the Family Foundation of Arizona, Mesa $20,000 Save the Family Foundation helps families to address poverty, overcome homelessness and achieve self-sufficiency.
One of his primary goals is to persuade Americans to invest in his reform plans, which aim to diversify the Saudi economy away from oil, increase the kingdom’s military self-sufficiency and raise its citizens’ quality of life.
Despite its official ideology of self-sufficiency, the North depends on imports of energy, food and raw materials to survive.
In fact, the researchers checked and found that ratings of self-sufficiency were only weakly correlated with good test scores.
The nonprofit’s long-term partnerships with employers like Marriott enable members to find jobs that can lead to self-sufficiency and economic security.
Faulconer had announced plans for the storage facility at his January State of the City address, and on Tuesday called it a big step toward helping homeless people work toward self-sufficiency and permanent housing.
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