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According to the chairman, "fighting terrorism" has caused restrictions to freedom, enfeebling the overall state of human rights in Egypt.
Reverting to a self-sufficient economy, they used their political and financial power to extort increasing concessions from the emperors, enfeebling them to the point that they could not defend even Rome itself.
It was a tiny, insufficient start to addressing the myriad problems enfeebling the country, but in a state where progress can be measured in millimeters, it constituted a baby step forward.
NNA - During their periodical meeting, Future bloc members sternly rejected the violations against Lebanese constitution as well as all acts aiming at enfeebling state' s institutions.
But perhaps more enfeebling for Murray is his unfortunate involvement in the devilish politics of a sport he single-handedly carries on his young shoulders.