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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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The study also found that receiving mammography results from the screening facility rather than a primary care doctor was more likely to result in inadequate communication.
Other causes of air entrapment leading to bubbles or blisters include inadequate venting and gas traveling across the part surface during the filling or packing stage.
The alleged repeat violations included inadequate training of lockout/tag-out procedures, inadequate machine guarding and inadequate forklift training.
* Inadequate grading, leading to poor site drainage.
In 12 percent of daycare settings, the quality was inadequate.
Psychology and social behavior experts David Dooley and JoAnn Prause set out to determine the emotional and physical consequences of inadequate employment.
Similar to the findings of Smith, Burke, and Wing (2000), former vegetarians reported returning to an omnivorous diet due to health-related reasons, missing the taste of meat, and their perception that vegetarian diets are nutrient inadequate. Inadequate protein intake was mentioned most frequently, but calcium, iron, and vitamin [B.sub.12] were also reported as nutrition concerns.
The 17-year-old has major difficulties, including autism, and it was claimed there are inadequate support services for her here.
The subgroup of epidemiologists proposes an evaluation of the evidence of cancer in humans as sufficient evidence, limited evidence, inadequate evidence, or evidence suggesting lack of carcinogenicity.
Q In general, I agree with not testing inadequate samples--like those that are hemolyzed--but what should we do when an irreplaceable sample is less than adequate?
Society's debate concerning physician-assisted suicide exposed the problem of inadequate pain management for the elderly and the terminally ill.
They are symptoms--of poor air quality, of aging housing, of inadequate health care, of poverty and of unawareness, even among the most loving parents.
They're saying the system is inadequate" to meet the law's demands, Smith says.
Further exploration of this phenomenon is called for in academic circles, as a causal link between inadequate fat intake and running injury is for now tenuous at best.
In the other facility the twin sister, Grandma Agatha, with exactly the same injuries, was given inadequate attention in a group setting and was on Medicare for 60 days.