sufficiency


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Synonyms for sufficiency

abundance

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an adequate quantity

Synonyms for sufficiency

sufficient resources to provide comfort and meet obligations

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an adequate quantity

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the quality of being sufficient for the end in view

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Tribune News Network Doha QATAR Building Company (QBC), a leading general civil engineering and building contractor, has announced strong participation in the pioneering Qatar Self Sufficiency Exhibition, a first-of-its-kind event and a key driver in Qatar's goal for a diverse, sustainable economy.
We are now in the process of reviewing the formula in determining staple grain sufficiency,' Pinol said.
Today, our endeavors are not only leading the country towards energy self-sufficiency but also towards efficient energy self- sufficiency,' he observed with satisfaction during a briefing at Fauji Oil Terminal and Distribution Company Limited (FOTCO) about the progress on the second LNG terminal at Port Qasim Authority.
1) In general terms, sufficiency aims at reducing consumption levels of individuals, linked to an attitude of temperance and to particular conceptions of a "good life" emphasizing non-material aspects and consciousness for the environment.
and offers an answer which characterizes the sufficiency of reasons in terms of their relative weight.
this There is an extra twist to this gripping saga in that he is possessed of an apocalyptic gene and is so enthralled by the possibility of the world's imminent demise that he encourages his Londonbased a simpler based on sufficiency is its problems' sister to buy a horse as a means of getting around post-apocalypse.
below--to mean that fundamental error occurs only when "the evidence is insufficient to show that a crime was committed at all," (7) which the Monroe court interpreted to mean that a court cannot grant relief on a valid-but-unpreserved sufficiency issue unless "the evidence could not support the conviction of any crime whatsoever," (8) That test was not met here because the evidence proved that Monroe "committed [the two offenses] .
The goal of rice sufficiency is an old one for the Philippines.
1 steelmaker, has moved one step closer to reaching the goal of outfitting itself with iron-ore self sufficiency of 30%.
In doing so, it examines the adequacy or sufficiency of the information that prospective students receive when deciding to attend college.
Bandura's theory which he sperated into components as an expectation for self-sufficiency and result, according to these invetigators, is described as individual teaching sufficiency and common teaching sufficiency.
Audiences may have laughed at Barbara and Tom Good's attempts at self sufficiency in suburbia back in the '70s but it is not as hard as one thinks.
The context is Sufficiency and the conversation is What is Enough?
Isaiah's poem sets the choice that God's people are always making--free water, milk, and bread, or the rat-race of self sufficiency.
Ten companies plan to build 11 sugar plants in different areas in the country to support the program to reach self sufficiency in the supply of the food product.