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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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"Also, it was intriguing that while student-athletes experienced on average fewer nights of insufficient sleep and better mental health, the relationship between insufficient sleep and mental health was as strong or stronger in athletes compared to non-athletes," Ramsey added.
They also consumed fewer extra calories after dinner than those who got insufficient sleep.
Now evidence from secondary health facilities in Nigeria also shows that 25 per cent of newborns and 12 per cent of under-5 children admitted to hospital with pneumonia have insufficient oxygen in the blood or low blood oxygen saturation, what is medically termed hypoxaemic on admission.
3 of 1987 on issuance of Penal Code (the 'Criminal Law') of UAE states: "Detention or a fine shall be imposed on anyone who, in bad faith, gives a draft (cheque) without a sufficient and drawable balance or who, after giving a cheque, withdraws all or part of the balance, making the balance insufficient for settlement of the cheque, or if he orders a drawee not to cash a cheque or makes or signs the cheque in a manner that prevents it from being cashed.
The researchers found that in 2016 the global age-standardized prevalence of insufficient physical activity was 27.5 percent, which differed more than 8 percent between men and women (23.4 and 31.7 percent, respectively).
"Unlike other major global health risks, levels of insufficient physical activity are not falling worldwide, on average, and over a quarter of all adults are not reaching the recommended levels of physical activity for good health," said the study's lead author, Dr Regina Guthold of the WHO, Switzerland.
London: Cleaning staff at Wimbledon claim they were forced to take food from bins because they were given insufficient money by the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to buy lunch and dinner while working.
figure By OUMA WANZALAbr Judges and other judicial officers will not be able to access medical services under their cover due to insufficient funds as the National Treasury has not released the cash.Judiciary Human Resources Acting Director L.
Most college libraries have outdated collections, funds are insufficient, there's usually no separate library building, and most reading rooms are equipped with antique furniture, poor lighting, in addition to unqualified and insufficient library staff.
The House of Representatives justice committee on Wednesday found as insufficient in form the second impeachment complaint lodged against Chief Justice Maria Lourdes Sereno.
The biggest influence on production scope restrictions is exerted by: insufficient foreign demand, 22.5 percent, insufficient home demand, 19.7 percent, skilled workforce deficiency, 16.3 percent, and economic uncertainty, 12.6 percent.
SAKHAKOT -- All councilors Itehaad Tehsil Dargai protested against prolonged power load shedding, natural gas load shedding and insufficient medical facility at Headquarter Hospital Dargai.
6 Culverts identified as non-functional, due to being buried/blocked, undersized, incorrect level, insufficient width, insufficient cover, or joint separation.Remove non standard insufficient culverts, and replace with New Culverts of desired size, width and level complete with headwalls at either end.
Early identification of dysphagia in infants is critical, as secondary complications such as aspiration pneumonia, failure to thrive, gastro-oesophageal reflux (GOR) as well as insufficient nutrition and hydration, may arise.
Insufficient consideration of whether the conduct was criminal and serious enough to interfere with the right to freedom of expression.
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