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inadequately

i na duh kwuht lee

  • r  in an inadequate manner or to an inadequate degree
    the temporary camps were inadequately equipped

  • I found Gore a compelling choice, but the left wing deemed him inadequately liberal and thus had to be punished.
  • He has complained that he was taken in by Bush on the No Child Left Behind law because it was inadequately funded, and Democrats are distressed that he has collaborated with .
  • Pilots have had to cope with sticky controls, inadequately lubricated engine instruments and an anti-icing valve that stuck.
News & Articles

  • Imprisoned owner of truck in deadly Avon crash seeks release to halfway house
    David R. Wilcox, the former Windsor man who admitted criminal responsibility for inadequately maintaining the heavy dump truck that lost its brakes on Avon Mountain in 2005, careening down to a crash that killed its driver and three other people, is seeking early release from prison to a halfway house.
    June 13, 2013 - Journal Inquirer
  • Potentially 'catastrophic' changes underway in Canada's northern Mackenzie River Basin
    Canada's Mackenzie River basin -- among the world's most important major ecosystems -- is poorly studied, inadequately monitored, and at serious risk due to climate change and resource exploitation, a panel of international scientists warn. Largest single threat to the Basin: a potential breach in the tailings ponds at one of the large oil sands sites mining surface bitumen. A breach in winter ...
    June 10, 2013 - Science Daily
  • Potentially 'catastrophic' changes underway in Canada's northern Mackenzie River Basin: report
    ( Rosenberg International Forum on Water Policy ) Canada's Mackenzie River basin -- among the world's most important major ecosystems -- is poorly studied, inadequately monitored, and at serious risk due to climate change and resource exploitation, a panel of international scientists warn.Largest single threat to the Basin: a potential breach in the tailings ponds at one of the large oil sands ...
    June 10, 2013 - EurekAlert!
Quotes

  • David Satcher in FOXNews
    We have been inadequately funding this epidemic all along. We need to step it up,said former US Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher, who is now an administrator at Atlanta's Morehouse School of Medicine.
  • Mary Fallin in KOCO
    It is extremely disturbing to hear any stories involving our men and women in harm's way being inadequately provided for,Fallin said.
  • Stephen Harper in Wall Street Journal
    These institutions gave rise to abuse or neglect and were inadequately controlled and we apologize for failing to protect you,Mr. Harper said.

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