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So that's why I said the frailties of the squad were exposed.
Cardiff have nothing to lose and Arsenal have shown frailties on their travels.
Defensive frailties have plagued our season and these need to be rectified as a matter of urgency if we are to avoid relegation to the third tier of the English game.
A facility whose primary purpose is to deal with the frailties and illnesses accompanying aging is not likely to be embraced by its customers.
Unfortunately, we saw in this match that our old defensive frailties are very much in evidence.
An introduction aims to give "a picture of the frailties and virtues of the men -- and women -- who used the weapons" described in the book.
Trees are living entities, and like us, have frailties and a finite life span.
The story, which combines human frailty, religious controversy, politics and mercantile ambition, is 'a story of greed, of ambition, of misguided motives, misinterpreted circumstances and the frailties of human nature'.
He makes sure that someone carries away Lady Macbeth, and then proposes that the men hold a meeting 'when we have our naked frailties hid, / That suffer in exposure' (2.
More than the dazzling effects, high-spirited derring-do, and martini-dry wit, it's the camera's compassionate glance into the full-size frailties and fears of these "wee folk" --coming of age in a bedroom where little boys don't stay small forever--that touches the heart and tweaks the soul.
The story of an innocent country girl who seeks fame and fortune on Broadway, Eva's story encompasses setbacks, human frailties and courage, talent and triumph.
She saw him with all the love that I did, and I we both forgave him for his human frailties.
Pratchett's perversely clever satires are populated with creatures who are preposterous exaggerations of our own frailties.
Peter Gallo has all the (slow) moves of a neoslacker: an apparent disdain for materials; an alert scavenger's attitude toward culture; an eye for the poignant frailties of the vernacular; and an occasionally breath-taking ability to evoke issues of great import.
But the defensive frailties that put paid to Harriers' play-off ambitions struck again in the 71st minute when Paul Tait stole in to head home an equaliser from Chris Llewellyn's corner.