Her small pension didn’t suffice.
Suffice to say he understands crypto markets.
Similarly, to represent “No x are y”, the third would suffice.
It doesn’t have to be 30 mins long - five minutes will suffice.
But even the client’s consent may not suffice if public interest is deemed to be adversely affected.
If that same amount of land were paved in concrete and surrounded by a brick wall, it wouldn’t suffice.
"Suffice it to say, industry gets its share of tax breaks and forms of protection from legitimate competition."
To see that supervenience does not suffice for entailment, recall that supervenience can hold with only nomological necessity.
The little puffs of charcoal-gray dust that swish from the necks of decapitated zombies in “The Dead Don’t Die” would suffice.
Suffice to say, this is a hectic period for analysts tracking companies' every move against a volatile macroeconomic backdrop.
Lynch and her advisers thought a short statement would suffice, probably on behalf of both the Justice Department and the F.B.I.
It does not suffice for an agent to treat another merely as a means that the other simply be unable to consent to the way he is being used, some argue.
While copious amounts of blankets and cashmere jumpers might suffice, Ahmed says that outdoor heating is a “very low cost” option to keep guests toasty.
Apple declined to share data on user engagement with these features, but suffice it to say that they're a way to sell hardware, including to researchers and health plans.
Ministers are increasingly of the view that this will not suffice – though government sources stress that any new shutdowns would be more “sophisticated” than March’s drastic “stay at home” order.
The now ubiquitous piri piri chicken is actually named after a particularly hot chilli, but Cloake suggests a recipe in which any sufficiently pungent substitute, including the more widely available bird’s eye chillies, will suffice.
So there isn’t a stable once-and-for-all class of points or regions which once posited suffice for the purposes of modern physics, hence no stable class of truth-makers that suffice for making all the distance-duration claims true.
About a week should suffice for all the main points of interest, but if you're particularly interested in the region, you could stay a little longer and combine it with a visit to the Lesser Antilles - there's British and French colonial heritage there.
But a military source told the South China Morning Post that China's People's Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) would not follow those templates, and was simply assessing which numbers of surface ships and nuclear submarines would suffice to defend national interests at home and overseas.
As these axiomatizations illustrate, the fact that (LIN) does not suffice to guarantee connectedness in the strict sense or the fact that irreflexivity is not definable in TL do not constitute any severe limitations here: connectedness and irreflexivity do not yield any new validities.
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