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not enough to meet a demand or requirement

not capable of accomplishing anything

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lacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task

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not sufficient to meet a need

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Prof Steve Field Chief Inspector of General Practice said: "At the inspection on 10 November 2015 we found that insufficient improvements have been made such that there remains a rating of inadequate overall for this practice.
One study will evaluate ABT-494 in combination with MTX in adult patients with moderate to severely active RA who have had an inadequate response to prior treatment with MTX, and will include HUMIRA (adalimumab) as an active comparator.
1% - of childminders in the borough, who were active as of March 31, are rated as inadequate by Ofsted, compared to 1.
1 of the charter on the ground that: the minimum levels of short-term and long-term incapacity benefit is manifestly inadequate; the minimum level of state pension is manifestly inadequate; the minimum level of job seeker's allowance is manifestly inadequate.
Inspector Jacqueline Wordsworth also found pupil progress remained inadequate, and that more able children should be performing better.
Diet and physical activity play an important part in this, but an additional factor may be inadequate sleep," notes biomedical anthropologist Kristen Knutson.
The report is based on evidence on the adverse economic impacts of inadequate sanitation, which include costs associated with death and disease, accessing and treating water, and losses in education, productivity and time.
There is no direct comparison with the overall numbers of schools declared inadequate, satisfactory, good and outstanding in previous years, the watchdog said.
In total, 47% of schools inspected during this time were judged to be either inadequate or satisfactory, the figures showed.
Among those judged inadequate was Jarrow School in South Tyneside, which was given a notice to improve, and Walbottle Village Primary School in Newcastle, which was placed in special measures.
Ms Gilbert said: "It is of great concern that over a third of reviews are still judged inadequate.
RESULTS: About 40% of women had inadequate or partially inadequate prenatal care.
The researchers found that roughly one-third of the patients had inadequate health literacy.
Inadequate levels of vitamin D were detected in 26% of 267 patients admitted to a multidisciplinary pain rehabilitation center at a tertiary referral medical center from February through December 2006.
Opioid users with inadequate vitamin D had been taking the medications for a mean of 71 months, compared with 44 months for opioid users with sufficient vitamin D.