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3rd May 2006

9th November 1926 - 28th October 2005

Unlikely happenstance and the aesthetics of coincidence.

"A highly coloured visit [where] less were charmed [and] whoever wrote the land spilled over [and] swirled, lushly underdressed."

Babel Texts 2006 - 2007

1989 colour palette (re-worked 23.09.2006)

"A time to break down and a time to build up..." Ecclesiastes

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24th September 2006

should be enough
oddly enough
good enough
seen enough
enough red
big enough
has enough
lucky enough
leave enough
long enough
simple enough
enough to
just enough
closely enough
big enough
show enough
fortunate enough
allow enough
fine enough
nice enough
soft enough
near enough
plausible enough
appropriately enough
significant enough
smart enough
brave enough
bold enough
sure enough
that's enough
often enough
just enough
give enough
empty enough
nearly enough
know enough

not enough
not good enough
painting is never enough

“Infrequently it is thin enough...”
[Barnett Newman: Donald Judd, Studio International 1970, Volume 179, Number 919]

e?nough [i-nuhf]

1. adequate for the want or need; sufficient for the purpose or to satisfy desire: enough water; noise enough to wake the dead. –pronoun
2. an adequate quantity or number; sufficiency. –adverb
3. in a quantity or degree that answers a purpose or satisfies a need or desire; sufficiently.
4. fully or quite: ready enough. –interjection
5. (used to express impatience or exasperation): Enough! I heard you the first time.

[Origin: bef. 900; ME enogh, OE geno¯h; c. G genug, Goth ganohs, ON no¯gr; akin to OE geneah it suffices, Skt nas´ati (he) reaches]
Synonyms 1. ample. 3. adequately, amply, reasonably.
Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1)
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2006.

ge-nóg, -nóh; adj. ENOUGH, sufficient, abundant; satis, sufficiens, abundans :-He hæf&Mac222; on his ágenum genóh he has of his own enough, Bt. 24, 4; Fox 86, 8. &Mac220;?r wæs genóg drinc sóna gearu there was soon drink enough ready, Andr. Kmbl. 3067; An. 1536. Hwæt druge &Mac221;ú duge&Mac221;a genóhra what modest thou of the abundant blessings, Cd. 42 ; Th. 55, 3; Gen. 888. Hí mágon geseón on him selfum synne genóge they may see in themselves sins enough, Exon. 26 a; Th. 77, 32; Cri. 1265. &Mac220;ú hæfst ?lces gódes genóh thou shalt have abundance of every good thing, Deut. 28, 11: Exon. 93 b; Th. 352, 8; Sch. 94: Cd. 29; Th. 39, 4; Gen. 619. [Orm. Laym. inoh: Plat. nog, genog: O. Sax. ginóg: O. Frs. enoch, anog, noch: Dut. genoeg: Ger. genug: M. H. Ger. genuoc, gnuoc: O. H. Ger. ginuog: Goth. ganóhs: Dan. nok: O. Nrs. gnogr.]
GE-NÓG, -nóh; adv. Sufficiently, abundantly, ENOUGH; satis, abunde :-Genóg sweotol hit is it is sufficiently manifest, Bt. 36, 3; Fox 176, 27. Genóg riht &Mac221;ú segst rightly enough thou sayest, Bt. 33, 1; Fox 120, 17. &Mac220;æt híg habbon líf and habbon genóh ut vitam habeant et abundantius habeant, Jn. Bos. 10, 10. Cw?don &Mac221;æt we fundon sumne swí&Mac221;e micelne mere in &Mac221;æm w?re fersc wæter and swéte genóg dixerunt ingens nos stagnum dulcissime aque inventuros, Nar. 11, 27.
ge-nógan to multiply; multiplicare, Lye. [O. H. Ger. gi-nuogan.]
ge-nóh; adj. Sufficient, abundant; abundans. v. ge-nóg.
ge-nóh sufficiently, Bt. 13; Fox 38, 22. v. ge-nóg; adv.