A sufficient number
of members of a deliberative body to
It is the author's experience that a sufficient number
of them to meet the needs of the class may well be supplied by the college.
At all events, it was fairly obvious that, for one reason or another, the wearer of the petticoat and stockings which have now occupied us for perhaps a sufficient number
of pages, was a visitor at the cottage.
3) Sunday and Wednesday of each week are appointed as the chief market days and to that end a sufficient number
of troops will be stationed along the highroads on Tuesdays and Saturdays at such distances from the town as to protect the carts.
Again and again he missed his writhing and struggling victim, but though puffing and panting with his exertions, he still continued them; and after striking a sufficient number
of blows to have demolished an entire drove of oxen, with one crashing stroke he laid him dead at his feet.
We four will go; and I hope to God that with our four lackeys we may be in sufficient number
Or I can make a sufficient number
of trips to land the entire party in the valley beyond the barrier; all will depend, of course, upon what my first reconnaissance reveals.
Every strange or partly familiar word encountered in his reading was immediately jotted down, and later, when a sufficient number
had been accumulated, were typed and pinned to the wall or looking- glass.
He said he had never once in his life had a sufficient number
Though if a sufficient number
of these bats attacked a man at the same time, he would have small chance to escape alive.
And if they haven't anything to do at all, why, they take a drink, secure in the knowledge that when they have taken a sufficient number
of drinks the maggots will start crawling in their brains and they will have their hands full with things to do.
With dignified protestations of friendship, he invited Tarzan to visit him in his wild domain, where the antelope, the stag, the boar, the panther, and the lion might still be found in sufficient numbers
to tempt an ardent huntsman.
The little horses and the smaller antelope they secured in sufficient numbers
to support life, and they also ate numerous varieties of fruits and vegetables.
Better mounted and perhaps more ardent, the Pawnees had, however, reached the spot in sufficient numbers
to force their enemies to retire.
When he had sufficient number
of these strips he sewed two of the hides together, afterwards piercing holes every three or four inches around the edges.