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just sufficient

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conspicuously deficient in quantity, fullness, or extent

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work hastily or carelessly

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limit in quality or quantity

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supply sparingly and with restricted quantities

less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so

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PLGAs and adenoid cystic carcinomas may both display cribriform patterns, local infiltration, and perineural invasion, but they can be distinguished from one another by cytology; adenoid cystic carcinomas exhibit basaloid cells with scant cytoplasm.
Yet the "top dogs" paid scant attention to this important information of excessive torture methods.
Chapters recount in-depth, hour-by-hour sagas of venturing to capture the most grand and elusive fish to be found, illustrated by a scant scattering of black-and-white photographs.
8 million people packed into Long Island's scant 1,200 square miles, and single-family home prices averaging between $410,000 and $560,000, there is a growing need for apartment housing in the area.
The wheelbase is two inches longer, overall length increases by a scant 0.
And our media culture upholds this definition of success, celebrifying the likes of the Krocs, Waltons and Trumps, with scant attention paid to the environmental, public health or social costs of their enterprises.
It is no wonder that there is scant enthusiasm for a third party challenge.
He said he had the impression from conversations with facility operators at the fall AAHSA meeting that they all felt they were "in it" together; they were supporting each other and doing the best they could, with minimal resources and scant outside encouragement, to provide quality resident care.
Though the subtitle suggests swing, in fact, few swing elements are employed, with scant opportunities to enhance the effect by adding more of one's own.
COMPANIES who hire secondary school students to work part time are paying scant regard to their academic progress, it was claimed.
Thanks to the alkaline rocks, the Methuselah has few neighbors, which means it doesn't have to share scant nutrients.
Within that song's scant three minutes, the pop-folk artist took the final step in her coming-out process.
Typically, these machines come with a scant 16MB to 64MB of RAM memory, making applications utilizing graphic intensive files, mixed media files, or any of the capacity-hungry programs difficult to integrate on a permanent basis.
Equipment and software that we had never heard of a scant decade ago had become so essential that we took its smooth operation for granted--until the day it all disappeared.