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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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Gangrenous mastitis, a rare form is reported scantly (Bhojne, 2000) that follows severe acute inflammation, with classical signs of heat, redness, swelling, pain, progression to necrosis with coldness of affected area, blue black discolouration, fluid exudation and crepitation which are histopathologically characterized as progressive swelling, vascular degeneration and focal erosion and ulceration that occur throughout the ductal system (Islam et al.
We're so busy broadcasting our latest cultural disdain that we scantly notice anything we enjoy.
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It, therefore, reflects local residents' restaurant preferences, which, until 2005, had been only scantly influenced by experts.
Given that both these elements--period and rites-of-passage --are so potently rendered in Fred Schepisi's 1976 film, The Devil's Playground, I was surprised to note how scantly it was treated in one of the first critical anthologies to embrace 'the new Australian cinema': that is actually the title of the anthology in which, apart from three short paragraphs in Keith Connolly's chapter 'Social Realism', there are virtually no more than passing references, most often in lists of films, to what now seems one of the finest flowers of this once-exciting revival.
106) Since same-sex marriages remain scantly recognized around the world, (107) sexual minorities are often compelled to demonstrate this threshold of conjugality in order to access the same sponsorship benefits as legally wed couples.
Existing literature scantly discusses CSAs in the business
11, 2013 to bomb "Islamic militants" scantly won him a reputation of being a 'decisive president'.
More specifically, the Russian logistics environment, and its scantly researched logistics service industry (e.
Compared to the severity of problem the Indian literature is very scantly.
Meanwhile, the scantly funded offices that manage the information have a two-year backlog.
These similarities relate to the shape of follicle follicular diameter follicular cell height arrangement of small and large-sized follicles within the thyroid parenchyma presence of colloid intermingling of cuboidal columnar and squamous follicular cells within a follicle and the presence of scantly developed connective tissue stroma with copious vascular sinuses.
Sometimes he composes a barely discernible rumble to underscore a monologue, or a soft squeal at a pitch scantly within range of the human ear.
If space means that Beat Drum is rather scantly represented, then that surely provides Lilliput with the excuse of publishing it in its entirely.