All during the interview Carthoris watched, catlike, for some indication that Vas Kor recognized in the battered panthan the erstwhile gorgeous Prince of Helium; but the sleepless nights, the long days of marching and fighting, the wounds and the dried blood had evidently sufficed
to obliterate the last remnant of his likeness to his former self; and then Vas Kor had seen him but twice in all his life.
However slight it might have been, it had sufficed
to modify the course of the projectile.
She then betook herself to the business of packing, for which a small quantity of brown paper sufficed
, and, having received her small pittance of wages, she returned home.
We lived so simply and quietly that the income which I was now steadily earning sufficed
for all our wants.
And a minibus rather than the full-size one might have sufficed
And if stopping snacking on a public bus is the goal, a simple warning would have sufficed
We never get to know Ezra or Elizabeth, however, and I'm not quite sure why Cadnum needed these characters to kick off the plot--the danger of the trip and Will's adventures would have sufficed
In support of its conclusion that the sale qualified as an involuntary conversion, the Service stated that the threat or imminence of Conversion or both by the government sufficed
All five dancers performed with elegance, amplitude and little weight or edge; it was both flat and mystifying to the audience, which was equally flummoxed by Guerin's Bessie Award--winning--Two Lies, a work that makes a statement about the condition of women in a long paragraph--twenty-five minutes--when three sentences would have sufficed
Too often the reader is taken on lengthy tangential forays when a paragraph would have sufficed