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STEVE Pemberton, in Happy Valley, showing C4's Martin Freeman how to play the weak-willed Fargo lead role.
The free Android AppDetox app helps users reign in their mobile app usage by enforcing blockage rules for individual apps and users can set the detox terms like restricting the number of launches, block an app during specific times of day or days of the week, or, for the hopelessly weak-willed, forbid access "forever.
Anne chooses Percy, son of one of the wealthiest and most noble families in the country; even though she succeeds in capturing Percy's heart, her weak-willed suitor succumbs to his father's anger and disavows Anne.
Only a weak-willed person can use such methods," Margaryan said and added that the prime minister told his surroundings
A unique pair of "diet glasses" have been invented in Japan to try and help weak-willed dieters, who lack self-control.
Japan: Goggles that trick the wearer into thinking the plain snack in their hand is a chocolate cookie, or make biscuits appear larger have been unveiled in Japan, offering hope to weak-willed dieters everywhere.
If, like most, you haven't entered such a weak-willed agreement, then you are on the receiving end of tactical plays that our long-awaited adjudicator ought to judge illegal.
There was no shortage of bread and what was raised about that is unjustified and mere rumors circulated by some weak-willed persons for emptying bakeries of this material and creating problems and fears of the loss of the loaf, Director-General of General Company For Bakeries in Syria Othman Hamed said Thursday.
So far, there are no plans to license Starbucks in this country and, as far as this weak-willed consumer is concerned, I hope it stays that way.
But up to seven million weak-willed people will have given up their resolutions in a week.
com But 41% of weak-willed Brits will have broken their resolutions by the end of January.
While I have many strong differences with Reagan's foreign policy, you needn't reject his approach to the Soviets to reject the paranoid mentality I described in the conservative grassroots-a-n outlook that "imagined Moscow as a virtually all-powerful giant, its tentacles pulling stateside liberals' strings while our weak-willed society teetered toward surrender.
Hubby Frank is something of a weak-willed coward, engaging in an affair at work with his secretary Maureen (Kazan).
At first, their success was stunning, but weak-willed U.
Campaign leader Ricky Holloway called on council leaders to "stop being weak-willed and come out and condemn the non-use of the iconic Walthamstow Stadium" and reiterated the support he has had from local MPs.