These two species are close enough (both belong to the epsilon subdivision of proteobacteria) to ensure accurate identification of orthologs, but distant enough for substantial sequence divergence to have accumulated between orthologs.
Bounced between London and Dublin, he was not at one school long enough to collect a rounded education.
But enough about this.
I think its fair enough that you need to sit a paper or two eg tax, to ensure that you get a feel for NZ conditions.
Remember that your body makes more blood so you will always have enough.
- -Sincerely, Trouble in Paradise (well, Toronto) Dear Trub, You don't say how old you both are, but you're clearly old enough to spend the night together ... and obviously have.
What's Wrong With This year of elections is almost enough to make one give up on democracy--or at least on the idea that democracies are inherently more committed to peace than other forms of government.
If the e-mail breaks enough rules, it earns enough points to be deleted from the server, permanently.
"It is not enough to say that the hospital will not close.
The main difference between these congressional Republicans and Pat Buchanan is that none of them have been thoughtful enough to apply their beliefs to World War II, or politically foolish enough to mention it if they have.
I didn't have enough time to do the final coat of silver shield so I'll need to do that during the week.
But she had made enough of an impression for us to give it a try.
Finally, the WP explains how the House Ethics Committee ruled that swanky Club seats in Washington's new sports arena are actually-- whaddya know!-- inexpensive enough to be considered 'nominal' gifts from lobbyists to House members and staff.
Some things you can't escape--can't burn them, can't box them up, can't run far enough or fast enough away.
In fact, Mark was kind enough to write us a letter of reference for our landlord when we knew almost no one in New Zealand.
Another Times critic, Michiko Kakutani, even published an essay that implicitly condemned Maslin for being credulous enough to embrace Kubrick's last film.
But if "political chicanery and corruption" continue, the term might be "soon enough consigned to the already substantial scrap heap of meaningless African catch phrases."
The seascapes and panoramas on this island are enough to tempt any driver to glance away from the serviceable but never-wide-enough roads.
Do we trust Him enough to leave the cares of this life firmly in His hand?
But just now I feel as if it were joy enough to sit here and look at you."
The big study room was just big enough (I think we called it the aula) for seven or eight rows of fixed desks which were big enough to hold their school books.
Overseas News Luong Chau Tran never thinks about returning to slash and burn farming, which rarely put enough food on the table to feed his family.
Both the occupants and/or the officials had a tendency to round ages up or down, seemingly without any reason other than that was 'close enough'.
Another obstacle to using replicates is that the biological tissues from which RNA is extracted can often be of such small quantity by nature that it is technically difficult to get enough RNA sample from one subject for hybridization to one array [ 3 ] .
Whether they've reached their conclusion for cynical or idealistic reasons, Hatch and Co. do seem to have hit on the only solution to this mess, the only outcome that will punish Clinton adequately, satisfy his persecutors enough to quiet them, and save us from two more years of this horror.
You have now been in Scotland, Sir, and say if you did not see meat and drink enough there."
"When I'm down - things aren't happening fast enough, or I have a bad day in the studio and shit ain't going well - you see something like that and it makes you go 'Nah, it's all going to be sweet' 556555
There is never enough to provide support and treatment for those in our society suffering from substance abuse and dependence.
A multi-million dollar computer that 40 years ago occupied an entire building is now small enough to fit inside a wristwatch and costs little more than a cup of coffee.
Or suppose Greenspan did not respond quickly enough and that the economy did indeed fall into a slump.
For most of them the backing of redux and flox was enough to hold the screw tight but a couple of them were able to rotate.
She is by far, the youngest competing in the "big" stuff and on her first day had 8 faults, a clear round, but not fast enough, and the last fence down in the 1.40m.
He is better "than more conventional macho stars," despite "look[ing] barely old enough to be playing anyone with hormones" (Owen Gleiberman, Entertainment Weekly ).
But we were not selling enough copies of CC.
Mentorship programmes Are you making enough use of the expertise resident in your staff?
Although their musket practice damaged many sculptures of Hindu gods in the caves, enough survived to make it a worthwhile stop.
A brisk walk from terminal 2 to 3 was barely long enough but welcomed.
Air travel is an everyday activity, entire cable channels are devoted to travel, and we buy enough guidebooks to support ever-deepening niche titles.
Biggio stated that for American 11, the combination of three factors-loss of radio contact, loss of transponder signal, and course deviation-was serious enough for him to contact the ROC in Burlington, Mass.
Blamed for Starting Hopeless Asian Land War 15 Years Too Soon 1954: Some TV Couples May Be Sleeping Together, Say Insiders 1956: U.S.S.R. Asks Hungary if It Has Parking Spaces for 10,000 Tanks 1956: Thousands of Innocent Soviet Corpses Thrilled by Posthumous Rehabilitation 1958: First Hospice Allows Patients To Die in Homelike Setting--Surrounded by Greedy, Hateful Relatives 1959: Congressional Quiz Show Investigators Stunned by Revelation That Not Everything on TV Is Real 1960: U-2 Shot Down Over U.S.S.R.; Infant Bono Unhurt 1961: CIA Markets Bay of Pigs Blooper Reel 1962: Thousands of Innocent Trees Die To Make Silent Spring a Best Seller 1963: JFK Accidentally Struck Down by Flying Zapruder Lens Cap 1964: Rockefellers, Kennedys Conscientiously Object to War on Poverty 1966: Marshall McLuhan Caught Reading 1966: Robert McNamara Commended by PTA for Applying New Math to U.S. Casualty Figures 1968: Martin Luther King Jr., RFK Assassinated Separately but Equally 1968: Hippies, Beatniks Sign Historic Personal Hygiene Ban 1968: Nonproliferation Treaty Strictly Limits Nuclear Weapons to Nations That Can Afford Them 1969: Teddy Kennedy Charged With "Leaving the Scene of a Successful Cover-Up" 1970: Near-Perfect Neil Young Guitar Solo Ruined by Addition of Second Note 1972: J. Edgar Hoover Buried in Simple but Elegant Black Dress 1973: Liz Taylor Will Use New Bar Code Technology To Track Husbands 1973: Entire Consumer Product Safety Commission Dies in Pinto Explosion 1974: Ford Pardons Nixon for Plaid Trousers 1974: Good News: Smelly Ozone Layer Disappearing 1977: IBM Monopoly Threatens Free Market, Warns Head of Tiny Start-Up Microsoft 1979: U.S. Embassy in Iran Under New Management 1981: MTV Brings Western Civilization to Official Halt 1981: Reagan Shot En Route to NRA Fund-Raiser 1981: Sandra Day O'Connor Receives Congratulatory Pat on the Behind From Fellow Justices 1984: "Mondale Fever" Sweeps Minnesota, District of Columbia 1985: "We Are the World" Gives Hope to Rock Has-Beens Starving for a Hit 1987: Ollie North Wins Daytime Emmy 1988: Democratic Platform Not High Enough To Make Dukakis Visible 1989: Chinese Authorities Kick Off "Keep Tiananmen Square Clean" Week With Special Tank Sweepers 1989: Scientist Achieves Cold Fusion on Honeymoon 1991: Iraqi Army Stages Spirited 3/8-of-a-Second Counteroffensive 1993: "For God's Sake, Use a Decent Camera!"
I would argue that this particular signpost does not occur frequently enough in the book.
As a dictionary editor, it is frustrating enough to be thought to be producing interchangeable and useless material, but for a respected writer to regard dictionaries as mere compilations with no mind or imagination behind them is especially bad.
It’s damn loud louder than most home and office computers; loud enough to be clearly audible from across a living room, over a TV running at normal listening volume.
"Those brave enough to have lunch with Christopher Hitchens."
This use of the enflurane data to determine the fat blood flow illustrates one of the main advantages of having a PBPK program such as PKQuest that is general enough that it can be applied to a large variety of solutes.
Later an acre was a strip of open field, large enough to be ploughed by a yoke of oxen in one day.