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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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Previously, we made test of Normality (Kolmogorov-Smirnov) to ensure the adequateness of the variables involved in the analysis and logarithmic transformations have been applied to correct variables when necessary.
Purpose: To evaluate the late-term visual adequateness of driver license holders.
Also supporting the adequateness of corpus materials selected is the fact that, unlike other publishers, Elsevier online blurbs offered more complete information about the textbook author and about its intended readership.
"Analyzing such kind of statements unsupported with evidence, which become frequent, one begins doubting adequateness and maturity of such politicians.
Medical students' negative attitudes and biases toward their poor patients have clear implications for the medical students' future behavior and the adequateness of the health care these potential doctors will provide to their impoverished patients (Wear & Kuczewski, 2008).
The exercises were evaluated in terms of fluency, flexibility, originality, elaboration, expressiveness and adequateness. The results reveal statistically significant differences in these dimensions after the completion of second exercise, revealing that it is possible to use elements of the visual code to express ideas in creative ways.
A second issue concerns the presence and adequateness of present funding infrastructure to support internationalization.
APPENDIX B Coding Scheme Code Description Communication Communication Quality of communication is assessed by quality considering the following aspects: timeliness, accurateness, adequateness, completeness, and credibility (Mohr and Spekman 1994) Information The extent to which critical, often proprietary, sharing information is communicated to one's partner (Mohr and Spekman 1994, p.
Moreover, there continues to be interest with respect to the adequateness of infrastructure and personnel at the U.S.-Canadian border and ports of entry.
As a function of the decision maker energy-efficiency profile and decision approach, EUI is the performance indicator that triggers decision makers to assess the adequateness of adopting new technology when building performance falls below their decision threshold (building owner EUI goal).