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1. Not sufficient.
2. Incapable of proper functioning.
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Handgrip strength (measured in kgf) was lowest among women, individuals who smoked at least 11 cigarettes a day, individuals who were physically inactive during leisure-time, individuals who were insufficiently active in the category getting around, and individuals who were physically active at home (Table 1).
Researchers found that, compared with inactive adults, insufficiently active adults, weekend warriors and regularly active adults had about a 30 percent risk reduction in all-cause mortality, and a 40 percent reduction in CVD mortality.
* Insufficiently active: Less than 150 minutes/week of moderate and less than 75 minutes/week of vigorous activity
"I realised I needed to get to grips with why I felt insufficiently Welsh."
Biopharmaceutical company Alimera Sciences (NasdaqGM:ALIM) reported on Monday the receipt of Norwegian Medicines Evaluation Board's marketing authorisation for ILUVIEN for the treatment of vision impairment associated with chronic diabetic macular edema (DME) considered insufficiently responsive to available therapies.
Current order of business checks by the Ministry of Economy insufficiently protects businessmen, Prosecutor General of Kyrgyzstan Aida Salyanova said on April 11 at a meeting of the Council for Business Development and Investment.
COMEDIAN Griff Rhys Jones was in Cardiff on Saturday to sign copies of his new book Insufficiently Welsh.
An overwhelming majority of families who have donated the organs of a love one would do so again if the opportunity arose even though almost 30% indicted they were insufficiently informed about donation procedures in the hospital, according to a new survey.
He replied - in a pop at the city's Labour-run council: "One problem in Birmingham for many years has been a culture of underperformance in far too many schools, and that has been insufficiently challenged by the local authority.
Prior to adopting the announced Law on Financial Discipline, it is necessary to make a pre-bankruptcy settlement because in practice this measure is insufficiently or not used at all.