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  • 161 Competence — Sufficient ability or fitness for ones needs. Possessing the necessary abilities to be qualified to achieve a certain goal or complete a project. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * * competence com‧pe‧tence [ˈkɒmptəns ǁ ˈkɑːm ] noun 1.… …

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  • 162 competence — Sufficient ability or fitness for one s needs. The necessary abilities to be qualified to achieve a certain goal or complete a project. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * competence com‧pe‧tence [ˈkɒmptəns ǁ ˈkɑːm ] noun 1. [uncountable] also… …

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  • 163 velopharyngeal adequacy — sufficient velopharyngeal closure so that air and hence sound cannot enter the nasopharyngeal and nasal cavities. Cf. velopharyngeal insufficiency …

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  • 164 adequate consideration — sufficient recompense …

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  • 165 adequate remedy — sufficient recompense for harm done …

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  • 166 satisfactory answer — sufficient response, response that answers the question, answer that fulfills one s wishes …

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  • 167 adequate — Sufficient; commensurate; equally efficient; equal to what is required; suitable to the case or occasion; satisfactory. Equal to some given occasion or work. Nissen v. Miller, 44 N.M. 487, 105 P.2d 324, 326 See also adequate care adequate cause… …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 168 due notice — Sufficient, legally prescribed notice. Notice reasonably intended, and with the likelihood of, reaching the particular person or public. No fixed rule can be established as to what shall constitute due notice. Due is a relative term, and must be… …

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  • 169 idonea cautio — sufficient security See ideoneus …

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  • 170 adequate — Sufficient; commensurate; equally efficient; equal to what is required; suitable to the case or occasion; satisfactory. Equal to some given occasion or work. Nissen v. Miller, 44 N.M. 487, 105 P.2d 324, 326 See also adequate care adequate cause… …

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  • 171 due notice — Sufficient, legally prescribed notice. Notice reasonably intended, and with the likelihood of, reaching the particular person or public. No fixed rule can be established as to what shall constitute due notice. Due is a relative term, and must be… …

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  • 172 idonea cautio — sufficient security See ideoneus …

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  • 173 asses — Sufficient; satisfaction …

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  • 174 diarium — Sufficient food for one day …

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  • 175 due notice — Sufficient notice. The notice prescribed by law in the case of where notice is prescribed. Where a statute requires notice to be given, it is the general rule of law that actual personal notice is required, and the notice must be personally… …

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  • 176 sufficiently — sufficient ► ADJECTIVE & DETERMINER ▪ enough; adequate. DERIVATIVES sufficiently adverb …

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  • 177 Sufficiency (statistics) — In statistics, sufficiency is the property possessed by a statistic, with respect to a parameter, when no other statistic which can be calculated from the same sample provides any additional information as to the value of the parameter cite… …

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  • 178 Schopenhauer, Arthur — Arthur Schopenhauer Kathleen M.Higgins Despite a recent surge of philosophical interest, Arthur Schopenhauer remains one of the most underappreciated philosophers of modern times. He has arguably had a greater influence on subsequent philosophy… …

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  • 179 Grade (education) — GPA redirects here. For other uses, see GPA (disambiguation). Academic grading Africa Egypt • Kenya • Morocc …

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  • 180 Actual Grace — • A grace that is given for the performance of salutary acts and is present and disappears with the action itself Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Actual Grace     Actual Grace …

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