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adequate

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

adequate

Satisfactory in quantity or quality; sufficient.
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A year ago, 55 per cent of people were found to be saving adequately.
The report said town hall officials 'adequately' completed 'section 47' enquiries, which authorities must do when significant harm to a child is suspected.
While Adams adequately alleges that CHKD acted with an intent to deceive, because she claims that CHKD knew Adams did not owe it money but nevertheless relayed inaccurate information to Security Collection in an effort to collect payment, there is no allegation in the complaint asserting that the alleged misrepresentation was directed at Adams or that Adams relied upon the misrepresentation.
They were defined as saving adequately if they were saving at least 12% of their income.
'Conditions are The council's environmental health department has asked for more clarity over the mix of businesses to establish how many adequately safety will be retail and how many will serve alcohol.
Some 52% of women generally were found to be saving adequately for their retirement, compared with 60% of men.
FINRA said Ameriprise did not "adequately investigate red flags associated with nine third-party wire requests, including that the funds were being transmitted to a business bank account associated with an Ameriprise representative."
Rather than representing and adequately supporting Coventry residents, the local political class would much rather spend millions on vanity projects and chase national league targets for the city, over providing basic services and a modern infrastructure for Coventrians.
For both of them, she says, the subject's relationship to the other is primary, in the sense that the subject literally does not exist without the other, but they see the challenge of ethics quite differently: Levinas laments people's failure to adequately meet the ethical demands arising from the other, while Lacan laments the consequences of people's failure to adequately escape the normative forms that this demand frequently takes.
Following this very principle, he said people as a general principle need to use adequately treated water particularly for drinking purpose as contaminated water that may even otherwise appear to be clean is the major triggering factor for varied water borne infections.
PENSION savers are closer to creating a comfortable retirement for themselves than at any other time in the last decade, with well over half now deemed to be saving adequately.