liable to attack

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To carry the scheme into practice great store of fine sea- sand--the kind that blows about and is used to fill hour-glasses-- was provided throughout the building, especially at the points liable to attack, from which it could be brought into use.
In Pilate's world, it meant to be sitting proudly on a throne, liable to attack from every side, always fearful and vulnerable to anyone who could muster greater power.
It is liable to attack from the common furniture beetle.
THE WOOD IS PERISHABLE AND LIABLE TO ATTACK BY COMMON FURNITURE BEETLE AND BY DEATH WATCH BEETLE.
Recent history shows us small countries without a deterrent are liable to attack from the USA and its lackeys.
This assumption is that because all combatants are morally liable to attack, the harms they suffer cannot make war disproportionate.
States and anyone living inside them would be liable to attack if it was even suspected that they might be used as a base for an attack on the homeland (for which read only the US homeland).
You're sat there, exposed, on your own, and therefore liable to attack, assault or rape.
In discussing some of the fungi liable to attack trees, he remarked that because Ustulina deusta has small fruit bodies it is often overlooked, stressing that the black box outlook is no substitute for keeping one's eyes open.
The public need to be protected from dogs which are liable to attack.
They were segregated under Rule 43 because they were at the bottom of the pecking order in prisons and liable to attack.
This guy has one conviction for manslaughter of a woman and then went on to kill another defenceless woman on a whim - of course he is liable to attack again.