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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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For example, families with enough space to dine together would be able to encourage healthy eating and build stronger relationships.
The idea that something or someone can be "close enough" to deprive, "close enough" to limit, or "close enough" to annoy is close enough to despair.
Toshiba notebook computer: To earn enough vouchers pounds 290,000 (pounds 486 from Amazon)
In many cases, the stellar pair kicks away the new dwarf but doesn't give the body enough oomph to escape a surrounding cluster of stars.
Enough of the lopsided one-party-rule system that has produced nothing but record debt.
The snapper has to do it right or the blockers will have trouble protecting long enough and the punter won't have enough time to execute properly.
But all of these efforts are expensive, difficult and, above all, visible enough to arouse the curiosity of the public.
But the company is confident enough in their finds to date to start a new 3,000-metre drill program worth about $400,000 to test new platinum group metal (PGM) targets across the property.
These same officials also believed that the Army's acquisition workforce lacked enough people with the expertise to execute the systems engineering function in the timeframe and at the level required for the FCS program.
And 13 days, we discovered, was nowhere enough time to deal with the grief, the confusion, and the new blank future we all faced.
It's super-important to eat enough of these to get your fill.
Canners need to use a temperature high enough for a long enough time to kill any harmful germs.
Court stripping and impeaching judges were not radical enough for some Coalition members.
Asatsu's 6 percent market share is enough to bring Hakuhodo DY's share almost to Dentsu's 24 percent, and enough also to give Dentsu an unassailable lead over rival Hakuhodo DY's 17 percent.
The collaborative effort of author and international speaker Norman Geisler (who has spent more than forty years in Christian ministry and academia, and currently serves as President of the Southern Evangelical Seminary, Charlotte, North Carolina) and Frank Turek (an articulate advocate in defense of Christianity and traditional moral principles), I Don't Have Enough Faith To Be An Atheist argues that all worldviews (including atheism) require faith and that, surprisingly, Christianity requires the least faith of all the competing belief systems because it is the most reasonable in addressing the fundamental questions of where we came from, why are we here, how should we live, and where are we going.