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- n. an attribute that is inadequate or deficient
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Mal took his hands off him and got a file flash: Sammy railing against queers to Doc Lesnick, a weak point they could have played smart.
It seems that the weak point in the sixteen onlays (partial crowns) I had two decades ago - the experience translated into my dental science fiction novel, Prostho Plus-is the cement.
The weak point in our position was on our right, as there was the wide open plain in front of it extending to the river and perfectly covered and swept by the enemy's heavy batteries on the opposite heights, and to the right, extending around to our rear, were the open flats of the Massaponix, here quite wide and incapable of being covered by any position we could take.
For these devourers, the weak point is where the two tails diverge.
In the end it would translate into a fatal tendency to make decisions too slowly, always the weak point of anti-authoritarianism.
He struck at the weak point of Disraeli’s Eastern strategy: its ethics.