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One of the most fundamental of moral duties is that of making the legal order a more adequate expression of the common good.
ETHICSJOHN DEWEY AND JAMES HAYDEN TUFTS
In the Untersuchung Kants statements are more cautious, and also more adequate.
The men of the Northwest had a more adequate conception; there was promise in these of stark fighting.
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
He did not use them to show off, but because they seemed to him more adequate than colloquial speech.
SONG OF THE LARKWILLA CATHER
Though he cannot reveal to us the inner side of life, he at least gives a more adequate conception of its surface.
At all times the Egyptian ritual attributed considerable importance to purity, or, to use a more adequate term, to cleanliness.
On this occasion he had a more adequate purpose for his perilous errand.
Mysticism was the form his poetic imaginings took, only until a more adequate form presented itself.
PEPITA XIMENEZJUAN VALERA
Among these are more adequate living quarters and family housing units and medical care for dependents.
Naturally, too, his income was more adequate to the necessities of a man of family and learning than it had ever been before.