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The problem is that you've written a sentence form that appears in many introductions of technical manuscripts with a different meaning: "There has a sparsity/paucity of research in this area[, motivating me to work on it]." It's a given that more research can be performed; it's not necessary to inform the reader of this. It sounds like you mean ...


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How could you describe this amount of fuel? enough OED A. adj. (determiner). I. As much or as many as required or wanted; sufficient in quantity or number. 1934 Butler (Georgia) Herald 16 Aug. 2/6 Heat and cold are cruel things, but man has intelligence enough to overcome them. 2016 Church Times 9 Dec. 11/2 The Archbishop of Mosul, Mor Nicodemus ...


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How about ben trovato? appropriate and characteristic even if untrue; happily invented or discovered. [Dictionary.com]


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