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Instead of honoring this sacred obligation America has given the Negro people a bad check a check which has come back marked insufficient funds

We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation

It wasn't available to earlier polar explorers whose diet was commonly insufficient for their health

For one thing it's not clear just how sufficient numbers of men

needed to plant and tend sufficient crops to sustain them through the year

might still be relatively bearable if the unfortunate victim had retained sufficient memory, not just of the colours, but also of forms and planes, surfaces and shapes, assuming of course, that this one was not born blind.

You see I feel I don't have sufficient background information.

while the rules of Hoyle (themselves based upon the mere mechanism of the game) are sufficiently and generally comprehensible.

It was the fruiterer, replied my friend, who brought you to the conclusion that the mender of soles was not of sufficient height for Xerxes et id genus omne.

The fact that it had been thrust up the chimney would sufficiently account for these appearances.

the portion respecting the gruff and shrill voices are in themselves sufficient to engender a suspicion which should give direction to all farther progress in the investigation of the mystery.

I merely wish you to bear in mind that, with myself, it was sufficiently forcible to give a definite form a certain tendency to my inquiries in the chamber.

Think, too, how great must have been that strength which could have thrust the body up such an aperture so forcibly that the united vigor of several persons was found barely sufficient to drag it down!

The gigantic stature, the prodigious strength and activity, the wild ferocity, and the imitative propensities of these mammalia are sufficiently well known to all.

I will not pursue these guesses for I have no right to call them more since the shades of reflection upon which they are based are scarcely of sufficient depth to be appreciable by my own intellect,

which, although somewhat Neufchatelish, were still sufficiently indicative of a Parisian origin.