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It only amounted to a rectification of the inadequacies of the past.
Another and better example of the inadequacies of language is the distinction between fish and meat.
We do our best and pass it on, mindful of the many inadequacies, perhaps of the many failures, in our work.
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He would have all the virtues of all the heroes; but he would lack all their defects and all their inadequacies.
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That's always the query which we cannot clearly answer without an unsatisfactory sense of our inadequacies.
Such were the inadequacies of the system at this time that the important line between Verdun and Metz had not yet been completed.
There had never been any question about the many serious inadequacies of wood as a bridge material.
The reason why no such document can emerge can be connected to the inadequacies of literacy-based politics.
If there are educational inadequacies in any State, the whole Nation suffers.
We will discuss its incompletenesses and inadequacies in our next section.

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