lack of strength

References in classic literature ?
There is no lack of strength,' answered the little tailor.
And yet again, not only is your small combination not a trust, but you are aware yourself of its lack of strength.
I am sitting by the window now, up in this atrocious nursery, and there is nothing to hinder my writing as much as I please, save lack of strength.
Jhakrani also wanted to point out the quorum issue at the outset of the proceedings, however, the speaker, in a requesting manner, asked him not to point out lack of strength so that the lawmakers could make speeches on the church attack issue.
When asked, the police officials told the media that they were working day in and day out to fill in for the lack of strength in the force, which was the prime reason for falling ill.
The problem for Newcastle has been a distinct lack of strength in depth.
The strength of Real and the lack of strength in the opposition should add up to a cakewalk for Carlo Ancelotti's side, who shouldn't lack for motivation either given that they haven't won the event since finishing fourth in the inaugral 2000 edition.
The glove handshake" tries to give the receiver the impression that he's trustworthy and honest by placing both hands on the other person's, but this has the reverse effect, while "The dead fish" handshake, which involves a soft and placid shake, communicates a lack of confidence, as well as a lack of strength of personality.
But my poor sense of balance and lack of strength are back.
Eastham Ferry's lack of strength in depth showed as a solid start turned into a nightmare ending.
The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather a lack of will.
I can still shoot my bow at 60 pounds; something my hunting friends can't do anymore because of shoulder pains, operations, or lack of strength.