insufficient


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not enough to meet a demand or requirement

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of a quantity not able to fulfill a need or requirement

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The committee dismissed the complaint due to insufficient form even though the complaint is attached with authentic documents from the Supreme Court.
The data showed that one week of insufficient sleep alters gene expression in human blood cells, reduces the amplitude of circadian rhythms in gene expression, and intensifies the effects of subsequent acute total sleep loss on gene expression.
Among those who met screening criteria for PTSD, 37% reported symptoms of insufficient sleep, and in fact, the strongest predictor of PTSD was sleep duration of less than 6 hours nightly (adjusted OR, 4.
Twenty-five percent of nor mal-weight respondents indicated they had 14 or more days of insufficient sleep in the past 30 days.
There is also insufficient evidence in relation to the chain of command to establish if there was any person responsible for the chain of events that led to the death of Mr Lloyd.
Those with a level of 30 ng/mL or less were categorized as having an insufficient level, and those with greater than 30 ng/mL were considered to have sufficient vitamin D.
Looking at the poll detail, the ratio of those thinking security controls at the airports was insufficient was highest amongst women, the oldest people, the poorly educated, villagers, small town residents, manual workers, the unemployed and non-car owners.
But it is undeniable that there is insufficient information, and where it is provided, it generally lacks the breadth and depth of an effective public education program.
Among other claims, the defendants argued that there was insufficient evidence to support their convictions for kidnapping for robbery, saying the movement of three of the victims was incidental.
Educators and parents have been concerned about insufficient sleep time among adolescents, which could seriously compromise their learning and development.
On audit, the IRS found that the N trusts should have been included in L's gross estate; the increase in the taxable estate led to an estate tax deficiency, which left the residual probate estate insufficient to pay the estate's outstanding expenses.
The Crown Prosecution Service has stated there is insufficient evidence to prosecute the Portuguese international winger, said a spokeswoman.
The Board, and the boards of the great majority of other states, have been frustrated by an apparent failure on the part of NASBA/AICPA/Thomson Prometric to address the boards' myriad concerns about the operation of the exam and insufficient communication between the three parties administering the exam, on the one hand, and the state boards of accountancy, on the other.
Davis's trust agreement required that all income of the trust be distributed to his widow and said she could invade the trust principal if the income was insufficient to maintain her health, support and maintenance.
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