Adjective(1) poorly balanced or matched in quantity or value or measure(2) lacking the requisite qualities or resources to meet a task
(1) Bush is determined to keep the dynamism vibrant and to encourage and empower the poor to take part in it, rather than to suggest that they are unequal to the task.(2) The two wings of a given seed may be essentially equal in size, but more often are unequal .(3) But the most depressing reality in this morbid calculus is the unequal value of lives.(4) Where law enforcement agencies are unequal to a task, it is the community that should rise as a man to fill in the breach.(5) This issue appears to be important only when there are very few subpopulations of unequal size, and it is addressed by the simulation study below.(6) It is taxation by the back door, but it is an unequal and largely regressive tax.(7) What was the role of the media in creating those unequal conditions?(8) Techniques for unequal sample sizes use modifications of critical values and standard errors.(9) As a result, an unequal distribution of power long has been perpetuated in the nurse-physician relationship.(10) I think that the problem is the unequal distribution in the economy.(11) His considerable discussions of sexuality are conspicuously free from prudery, so frank that he feared being read by people whose minds were unequal to the seriousness of the subject.(12) Public health action takes place on a terrain of contested meanings and unequal power, where different knowledges struggle for control.(13) The reality may be that any combination of politicians will be unequal to the task of managing progress in a country which relies so heavily on litigation as a means of conflict resolution.(14) The unequal sample sizes in the four respondent groups were noted.(15) Regression analyses were preformed to determine whether basal area and density were affected by the unequal plot sizes.(16) The volume provides a wealth of information but with interpretation of unequal value and without a clear conceptual framework.
(1) unequal treatment :: triniaeth anghyfartal
1. different ::
2. unfair ::
3. one-sided ::
4. inadequate for ::
annigonol ar gyfer
5. inadequate ::
1. constant ::
2. stable ::
3. steady ::
4. unchanging ::
Different Formsunequal, unequaled, unequally
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