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adequate

 [ad´ĕ-kwit]
sufficient in quantity, quality, or amount to achieve a desired therapeutic effect.

adequate

/ad·e·quate/ (ad´ĕ-kwit) sufficient in quantity, quality, or amount to achieve a desired effect.

adequate

Satisfactory in quantity or quality; sufficient.
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In particular, it describes how an adviser may commit fraud by failing to disclose adequately potential conflicts of interests with clients, as opposed to affirmative misrepresentations to clients.
During pregnancy, the majority of women did not smoke (78%) or drink alcohol (61%), and 85% began receiving prenatal care in the first trimester; their average weight gain was about 15 kg Although 73% of the women remained adequately employed while pregnant, 4% became unemployed and 7% became inadequately employed--either switching to work paying poverty wages (6%) or switching to part-time work involuntarily (1%).
While Fannie Mae's capital classification as of March 31, 2005, is adequately capitalized, Fannie remains required to achieve a 30 percent capital surplus over the minimum capital requirement by Sept.
The strengthened reasonable cause exception would apply only if (1) the taxpayer adequately disclosed the relevant facts affecting the tax treatment; (2) there is or was substantial authority for the claimed tax treatment; and (3) the taxpayer reasonably believed that the claimed tax treatment was more likely than not proper.
A government report said a new program to screen air travelers is running behind schedule, and it is unclear if it adequately protects privacy.
Consequently, agencies may not adequately capture cyber-related crime statistics, and the gross impact of this type of crime, generally, may appear understated.
As Hemphill explains it, the EPA then demanded that DCWASA explain whether it had failed to adequately monitor for lead or to adequately alert the public and the EPA about the elevated levels.
The court held that allegations that jail officers were not adequately trained to recognize and adequately respond to serious medical conditions, stated a [section] 1983 failure to train claim, noting that every jail officer was likely to be in charge of inmates with serious medical conditions.
But two recent studies show that the models may not have adequately accounted for two important factors: soot and land use changes.
Although subjects adequately replaced their sweat losses between work bouts, the extent of fluid absorption into plasma was not measured.
Baler manufacturers say that while these procedures can save significant repair costs down the road, many baler owners do not adequately conduct the simple steps that can spell the difference between a few hundred dollars spent now or tens of thousands of dollars spent later if the problem is not handled when it first appears.
Handy said he couldn't adequately describe the amount of pride he held for all the work accomplished by MTMC personnel in the past months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and, before that, in Afghanistan.