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enough

(something) to go (a)round enough to serve a need; enough to serve all who have a need. There's not enough coffee to go around. Will there be enough chocolates to go around?
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We made the best of our way to the spot, and found sure enough that the hole was the mouth of a cavern, no doubt the same as that of which da Silvestra wrote.
shown they enough but enough for Are they enough for an series?
enough powder to ladle over the face of the grave Never enough pine
I think if modern life choices have afforded us anything, it's the right to know when is enough, to find out what really matters to us, and to choose accordingly.
There's always a chance," he added, "but we've not done enough at the moment to say we should be in the top six.
in regards to personal consumption, we may also be ready to admit that we have had enough of other kinds of excesses by corporations, financial institutions, politicians, and the like.
Of the 2,500 owners of private new homes who were questioned, 57% said there was not enough storage space, 47% said there was not enough space for furniture and 35% said there was not enough kitchen space for appliances such as toasters and microwaves.
Close enough" might be justification for payors and policy makers to alter windows of eligibility, reduce the number of days of active treatment, change the criteria of anything that is promising, and reconfigure the rates that allow Tab A to fit into Tab B, but in truth, it's truly not close enough.
Hama battery charger with four batteries: To earn enough vouchers pounds 14,300 (pounds 16.
In either case, planets orbited their parent stars and weren't massive enough to trigger hydrogen fusion.
But rather than changing anything about their message to regain an affirmative mandate, they squeaked by again, doing whatever it took to disqualify just enough Democratic challengers.
Enough of the culture of corruption that produces the scandal of the week in Washington.
Many people say that 16-year-olds are not mature enough to make informed decisions.
Punt snaps are often off target and don't have enough velocity, but can go unnoticed, even by coaches.
These words of Jesus call us to rest in the trust that God will provide enough for us.