paltry in A Sentence

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    The enemy outnumbers us a Paltry three to one.

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    These 15 companies have to share a Paltry £1.1 million in funding.

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    The enemy outnumber us a Paltry three to one.

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    But the Paltry lead is primarily the result of numerous Jets penalties.

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    His old possessions seem Paltry to him now.

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    How Paltry one can be!

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    It has probably made much more than a Paltry million since.

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    Today, people's knowledge of the practical God remains too one-sided, and their understanding of the significance of the incarnation is still too Paltry.

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    Isn't this the Paltry, pitiful bit of stature that you possess?

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    If this Paltry current were to reach the heart by any means, it would almost certainly be fatal.

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    As a result, snowpack, which provides water for much of the state during the dry season, this year is Paltry.

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    It is a thing of glory, not shame, and no matter what, the blessings we enjoy are not Paltry at all.

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    This Paltry amount apparently wasn't sufficient and Hughes racked up even more debt by gambling and spending exorbitant amounts on food, wine, and clothing while in France.

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    With dismal public recognition, Paltry employment plans, these sportspersons who may have had a great career often struggle to make ends meet after their retirement.

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    Since the increase in offer of 0.5% by IBA was Paltry, inadequate and not satisfactory, UFBU met thereafter and decided to revive the strike programmes as under:.

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    While In-N-Out has undeniable loyalty from their customers- their burgers are likely the most Instagrammed fast food item- their numbers are comparatively Paltry, with just over 300 restaurants around the country.

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    It is these people who though receiving Paltry salaries(doctors earn about £52 a month), are in many instances overworked because thousands of their colleagues were sent to other countries such as Venezuela and Brazil to participate in healthcare missions.

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    Treaty of Amritsar Kashmir, a strategic but sensitive princely State of India, was being ruled by the house of the Dogras under the Treaty of Amritsar signed in 1846, whereby the Britishers had sold Kashmir to Maharaja Gulab Singh for a Paltry sum of Rs 50 lakhs.

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    The gentleman had a bundle of notes in his pocket and if he was really earnest he would not have sat quiet and be an onlooker when Baba was frantically trying to get a Paltry sum of Rs. five.

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    Over the years I have in fact developed a certain idiosyncrasy towards the concept of paying to play online(and I know I'm not the only one) and I do not believe that, although Paltry, the ticket price imposed by Nintendo is worth the ride.

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    That gentleman had a roll or bundle of currency notes in his pocket and if he was really earnest, he would not have sat quiet and be a mere onlooker when Baba was frantically trying to get a Paltry sum of Rs. five.

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    And believe in the message I have sent down which fulfils that[predictions about the last prophet in their Scripture] which you already possess and do not be foremost among those who deny its truth. Do not sell My revelations for a Paltry price; fear Me alone.

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    Worse, throwing money at the problem will do precious little to address the deep structural issues that have created the refugee crisis in the first place, which stem from poor governance, high unemployment, conflict and Paltry living conditions.

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    The savings account yields a Paltry.

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    Have no fear of people; fear Me, and do not sell My revelations for a Paltry sum.

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    Thus they sold him for a Paltry price, a number of coins; for they were disinclined toward him.

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    Paltry food, you gave us!

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    According to the U.S. Coast Guard, just 186 vessels, or a Paltry 3% of the subM fleet now have COI's(as of November 6).

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    Which makes you wonder: What does it say about the human mind that we can find such Paltry evidence to be compelling enough to convict a man?

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    He said he would likely not have much money since he couldn't concentrate so he would take his Paltry savings, go to India(where he had traveled several times), and just wander and study for a while.

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