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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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This is a weak position to have taken after having written a book full of undocumented or scantly documented allegations of marital infidelity and betrayal of Malcolm by some of his closest associates.
Therefore, this study was planned to evaluate the usefulness of the above modalities with the standard well validated screening method of measuring vibration perception threshold (VPT) with a biothesiometer in a population where foot care practices are scantly followed.
OOU has two scantly stocked libraries to provide for her part-time/sandwich students at two study centres (ljebu-Ode, and ljebu4gbo) TASUED has none for them, but the institution expect the students to visit its main campus library for there information needs.
Such an approach might have permitted McCarthy to have told some more carefully-developed stories and to have done more with the interview material, gathered from key figures like Walker, which only scantly features in the book's current format and which is often overwhelmed by historical contextualising.
The wide river Mawddach winds amongst the mountains, forming many and elegant promontories; these rise to great heights on each side, some clad with wood, and others exhibiting their naked rocks scantly covered with the purple heath.
Inventive speculations on scantly documented beliefs in the curative powers of sex with virgins suggest further reasons for girls' mortality.
These incoherent, belligerent, or passed out individuals are brought in by ambulance (at a big bill of $1,000-plus) and are either or both scantly clothed or arriving in clothes that are soiled by their own bodily fluids.
The authors deal, however, too scantly with issues such as market volatility and the time needed to invest in market research and infrastructure before any likely investment returns.
Sports films and war films, both major subgenres of the biopic, are excluded or scantly studied, but are acceptable omissions given Bingham's selective emphasis on women's films.
The Iberian neighbors have limped into the last 16 scantly looking like the world's second and third-ranked nations.
Weather experts say that like the recent pattern, the monsoon incursions will come from the Arabian Sea and scantly from the Bay of Bengal as was the old pattern of monsoon.
Dave felt brand new is an unnecessary stretch with so many nearly new vehicles readily available but scantly publicised.
best film Secret Window (Five, tonight, 9pm) IT might be the lesser of the many Stephen King adaptations out there - not to mention among the most scantly regarded of all Johnny Depp's flicks - but that doesn't mean you shouldn't give this psychological horror a go.
8) The third strength lies in conscientious detective work - uncovering deeply repressed and thus scantly recorded memories.
In addition, the proposal scantly carves out exceptions for small companies.