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in·suf·fi·cient

(ĭn′sə-fĭsh′ənt)
adj.
1. Not sufficient.
2. Incapable of proper functioning.
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Active and insufficiently active CKD patients were 56 percent and 42 percent less likely to die during the study than inactive CKD patients, respectively.
It also found certain identifications were insufficiently detailed.
According to Dreher, "Modern conservatism has become too focused on money, power, and the accumulation of stuff, and insufficiently concerned with the content of our individual and social character.
Oppenheimer remained more cautious, and Teller soon became convinced that Los Alamos, whose director, Norris Bradbury, was an Oppenheimer ally, was insufficiently dedicated to the H-bomb project.
Silbey is, of course, under no obligation to follow recent historiography, but its absence from his analysis leaves his work insufficiently grounded.
This earned a rebuke from FEMA spokesperson Mary Hudak, who chastised the rescue workers for being excessively concerned about innocent Americans and insufficiently devoted to federal image maintenance.
Our research showed that although respondents valued GAAP highly overall, they--as my clients do--found certain GAAP principles insufficiently useful or relevant.
In this way Munich Re is hoping to intensify efforts on behalf of people who are insufficiently prepared for risks due to climate and environmental changes, population development, urbanisation and water scarcity, particularly in developing countries.
For example, Kabul University, the jewel of the higher education system in Afghanistan, devolved to the point where it had no books for the students; they had all been burned by the Taliban as insufficiently religious.
plans to recall a total of some 165,000 vehicles in nine models to fix defective engine peripheral parts and insufficiently covered batteries, according to its report filed Thursday with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.