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  • as soon as I could collect myself sufficiently I told her the things I had seen.
  • He gave a cry of terror, sprang sideways, and rushed on before I could gather my wits sufficiently to speak to him.
  • There were scores of people, most of them sufficiently sabbatical to have assumed their best clothes.
  • I thought that its length might be insufficient to reach me.
  • And in the garden beyond Roehampton I got a quantity of immature potatoes, sufficient to stay my hunger.
  • But facing that crescent everywhere—at Staines, Hounslow, Ditton, Esher, Ockham, behind hills and woods south of the river, and across the flat grass meadows to the north of it, wherever a cluster of trees or village houses gave sufficient cover—the guns were waiting.
  • We have to invent a sort of life where men can live and breed, and be sufficiently secure to bring the children up.
  • But I believed in him sufficiently to work with him all that morning until past midday at his digging.
  • I found the water was sufficiently shallow for me to wade securely, although the red weed impeded my feet a little; but the flood evidently got deeper towards the river, and I turned back to Mortlake.
  • In that case the cylinder might be destroyed with dynamite or artillery before it was sufficiently cool for the Martians to emerge, or they might be butchered by means of guns so soon as the screw opened.

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  • Is there sufficient cause for a search warrant?

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