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The marked feature of this period is the paucity of statutory enactment affecting relief.
The paucity of material from the mainland, adjacent to Dolphin Island, may be significant.
In reviewing this history, we cannot help regreting the specimen it affords of the paucity of real Christians.
Mademoiselle's thin lips were moving as if she were whispering to the God whom she served with such a remarkable paucity of words.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
The paucity of specimens of Chelydra from Central America has resulted in rather inadequate diagnoses of various populations.
As usual, appeals for artillery retaliation could seldom be met, owing to the paucity of ammunition.
He knew they were cognizant of his weakness, the debility of his men, the lack of provision, the paucity of scouts and spies.
With the paucity of transportation some means of getting over the magnificent distances of this city had to be found.
The expense was enormous, owing to the paucity of travelling facilities and the state of the roads.
They are doubtless due, as Ten Brink suggests, to a paucity of rimes in some particular ending.

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