It suffices to say that nothing has happened on this score, and I would be shocked to see that change in 2014.
Most of us like ourselves very much, and that suffices to explain self-assessments that are biased in a particular direction.
Yet with all this, the devil is not routed; this only suffices to afford the body less occasion for sin.
Yet, in general, a few minutes suffices for the whole trial of a case.
In particular instances, they may be better provided for in this state, but this suffices for a general description.
The Gorgon stares you out of countenance, and that suffices.
My own flesh, almost immortal, and almost incorruptible, suffices me.
That which suffices for a plant cannot be sufficient for him.
It suffices to remark that, although the treaties were concluded without any such provision, notice of termination could be given.
This is a homely way of viewing the question, but it suffices.