The raw bacon which clumsy Molly spares from her own scanty store that she may carry it to her neighbour's child to "stop the fits," may be a piteously inefficacious
remedy; but the generous stirring of neighbourly kindness that prompted the deed has a beneficent radiation that is not lost.
The precaution, however, is quite inefficacious
, for the Indians never fail to procure liquor of a worse kind, at a dearer price, from travelling pedlars.
It is my belief, however, that had I attempted a different order of composition, my faculties would not have been found so pointless and inefficacious
If the intravenous combination of amiodarone and beta-blockers proves inefficacious
, the addition of lidocaine is a reasonable option.
EFL notes that, in countries like Bangladesh, masses have resorted to polythene with the decline of raids and fines, which has made the 2002 ban on polythene inefficacious
It lies in the necessity "to protect the public health from unsafe, inefficacious
and poor quality modern and traditional medicines.
Faith cannot be forced; she can by exterior force compel no one to receive the sacraments, for though they operate ex opere operato, they are inefficacious
unless they are received with the proper interior dispositions.
But Jonson neither conceals pagan prophetic rituals nor depicts them as inefficacious
or false, instead treating us to a vision of the rites to Fortuna as an efficacious, holy reprieve from the politically-instrumental public rites of Rome depicted elsewhere in the play.
This semi-fictional space, according to these authors, was there for the taking, since it was only thinly populated by inefficacious
and morally deficient Indians, Spaniards and Portuguese.
available, number of specialization positions, planning in the form in the training of healthcare professionals, number of retirements, loss to the private sector, unemployment, emigration, double employment, inefficacious
contracting procedures; among other aspects.
Though there is an instance of the catastrophic 'spot of time' in The Prelude, it is not inefficacious
and does not bring about catastrophic consequences in the sense that inner reconciliation takes place in the end.
For the sake of argument, however, even if we grant that a given soldier's risk-taking acts are wholly inefficacious
in bringing about the social good of national defense (or some other worthy cause), I nonetheless argue that, ceteris paribus, such a soldier would still warrant some form of gratitude on the part of U.