- n. Plural form of vulnerability.
“One key area that Ewe said was responsible for a number of reported Firefox vulnerabilities is with how the browser handles plug-ins.”
“First, the medium-term vulnerabilities and constraints to robust growth discussed last week (see "Ten Risks To Global Growth"); second, the risk of a double-dip, W-shaped recession, as the wings of a tentative recovery of growth in 2010 could be clipped toward the end of that year or in 2011 by a perfect storm of rising oil prices, rising taxes and rising nominal and real interest rates on the public debt of many advanced economies.”
“All the money raised will be spent exclusively on ad campaigns aimed at the short-term vulnerabilities of those in Congress responsible for delivering this indescribably tyrannical package of surveillance powers to the President and the accompanying corrupt gift to lawbreaking telecoms. read on...”
“In our research, we have discovered that if certain vulnerabilities exist in the RFID software, an RFID tag can be (intentionall) infected with a virus and this virus can infect the backend database used by the RFID software.”
“In addition to these issues, members of the intelligentsia also debate bigger questions pertaining to Israel's long-term vulnerabilities, inherent weaknesses, future possibilities, etc., vis-Ã -vis the Arab world in general and the Palestinians in particular.”
“Explanation: Interventions entail timely food and income transfers that can reduce long-term vulnerabilities resulting from the forced selling of productive assets to meet immediate food and other needs.”
“Despite the important steps that have been taken over the last couple of years to strengthen financial stability over the longer term, I think we're all aware that the short-term vulnerabilities remain," he said.”
“Saudi Arabia has some long-term vulnerabilities - including the fact that its top three princes are all comfortably into their 80s.”
“Simply put, there's little evidence to suggest that this kind of thing can achieve a strategic victory over al-Qaeda, though it may or may not reduce short-term vulnerabilities ....”
“List some of HRC's so-called vulnerabilities (real ones that regular voters will buy, rather than those that wingnuts and MSM have been harping about for years), and I will list those of other candidates, then let's see who is better equipped to triumph over the Repubs well-oiled smear machine.”
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