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  • n. Plural form of frailty.


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  • Five years and a recession later, the debt crisis is a reminder of both the eurozone's short-term frailties and its structural weaknesses.

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  • (and also software solutions) for this are readily available Individual random effects can be included into survival analysis, where they are termed frailties [15].

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  • And even then, given that he's serving better than at any point in his career, his "frailties" need to be put in their proper context.

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  • In dramatic scenes in Downing Street, the Prime Minister, flanked by his wife Sarah and two young sons, wept as he conceded his own 'frailties' but insisted: 'I have always strived to serve, to do my best in the interests of

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  • Minister after a dignified brief address before Downing Street staff and ranks of media, in which he acknowledged his own 'frailties'.

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  • Actually if we explore the reasoning behind these "frailties" of trading, we can clearly see that apart from the first two points, which simply come down to common sense and the correct education, points three through six are actually the result of human emotion, which, in my opinion, is the root of all trading evil!

  • A plea bargain which dropped gun charges against a man now charged with a shooting death at the Duke of York pub resulted from glaring "frailties" in the prosecution case, the Sun has learned.

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  • I am not sure I would call the frailties new, but they have certainly been brought into sharp focus. "

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  • But for all its internal frailties, the Axis of Hugo has developed international as well as regional significance.

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  • Oh, how the self righteous fall over their human frailties.

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