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so lacking in strength as to be barely audible

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not capable of accomplishing anything

lower than normal in strength or concentration due to admixture

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wanting in physical strength

overly diluted

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(used of vowels or syllables) pronounced with little or no stress

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wanting in moral strength, courage, or will

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tending downward in price

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deficient or lacking in some skill

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lacking bodily or muscular strength or vitality

(used of verbs) having standard (or regular) inflection

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not having authority, political strength, or governing power

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deficient in magnitude

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likely to fail under stress or pressure

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deficient in intelligence or mental power

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Let us say that is a complimentary weak structure (briefly ) on if and only if .
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Theorists had predicted that the weak force, but not the electromagnetic force, is stronger for electrons with one spin orientation than for those with the other, a phenomenon known as parity violation (SN: 1/15/00, p.
The cultural system and political pressures did not permit weak and failing banks to close, which has mired Japan in a decade-long economic slowdown.
To verify that breaks start from the weak points identified, we placed a high-speed video camera in front of the tensile machine, where a sheet length was ready for a breaking test.
The dominant trends of town planning have also been based on strong strategies and strong urban form, whereas the medieval townscape as well as the urban settings of traditional communities have grown on the bases of weak principles.
Another type of weak layer may form when sur ace hoar crystals, or frost, build up.
In addition, as a result of the weak comparable store sales results, the company announced that management and the board of directors would review Gap's and Old Navy's brand and merchandising strategies.
Measurements of low-energy parity-violating observables in nuclear systems are the only accessible means to study the flavor-conserving weak hadronic interaction.
Almost all but the smallest avalanches stem from weak layers of snow that either evolve within the snowpack or form at the surface and are buried by subsequent snowfall or windblown drifts.
The call of the defensive front is derived from the alignment of our DTs, starting with the weak DT.
The change in Outlook reflects persistent weak operating performance across the company's banners largest banners, including Gap and Old Navy, and the potential that continued poor performance will result in weaker credit metrics.
We put our tackles in the gaps between center and guards, Weak A and Strong A, depending upon the running strength of the formation.
Such sensitivity may arise from an effect known as stochastic resonance--the ability of randomly varying sound or other input to enhance the detection of a weak periodic signal.