Did she put the paper down wearily, condemning it not only for its inadequacy
but for its falsity?
In times of sorrow or emotion his inadequacy
had pained her, but it was pleasant to listen to him now, and to watch his thick brown moustache and high forehead confronting the stars.
of impressions) in thinking and reasoning." His immediately following observations, however, show the inadequacy
of his criteria of "force" and "faintness." He says:
'"Oh, if God would but give me strength to strangle him in my last agony, I'd go to hell with joy," groaned the impatient man, writhing to rise, and sinking back in despair, convinced of his inadequacy
for the struggle.
If ever I possess a home, it must be of my own making, and the task is yet to begin." And, as I spoke, a pang, new to me, shot across my heart: it was a pang of mortification at the humility of my position, and the inadequacy
of my means; while with that pang was born a strong desire to do more, earn more, be more, possess more; and in the increased possessions, my roused and eager spirit panted to include the home I had never had, the wife I inwardly vowed to win.
He omitted the matter of the Prince and the Butteridge aspect of the affair, not out of any deep deceitfulness, but because he felt the inadequacy
of his narrative powers.
I know my Leader: that He is just as well as mighty; and while He has chosen a feeble instrument to perform a great task, He will, from the boundless stores of His providence, supply the inadequacy
of the means to the end.
The visitor explained as well as he could that it was merely the accident of his having crossed the ocean in the steamer with her; but he felt the inadequacy
of this account of the matter, felt it more than his hosts, who could know neither how little actual contact he had had with her on the ship, how much he had been affected by Mrs.
In a tripartite memorial to a pair of dead cats (Storehouse, Mooner, and Ougi, all 1990), Kelley articulated (but barely) a commentary on emotional displacement and cultural inadequacy
that in the immediately preceding era of cold steel and hard cash would have been laughed out of the gallery.
Often these eccentrics will drift together and manage to transform their feelings of inadequacy
into some Glorious Cause or other.
In response, GAO is (1) describing how DOD oversees the adequacy of the civilian provider network, (2) assessing DOD's oversight of the adequacy of the civilian provider network, (3) describing the factors that may contribute to potential network inadequacy
or instability, and (4) describing how the new contracts, expected to be awarded in June 2003, might affect network adequacy.
was communicated to operators of the building's HVAC system, who increased the opening of the outdoor air dampers to provide more ventilation to the Exhibit Hall.
This is a vision of what all love knows: repentance for inadequacy
In October, noting the continued inadequacy
of the FCC's defense after many years of litigation, the U.S.
According to the court, the denial of hot food for two months as discipline for misconduct was not cruel and unusual punishment, absent a showing of nutritional inadequacy
or immediate danger to the prisoner's health and well-being.