vulnerable point


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Identify possible firing points for previously identified vulnerable points.
The basic core of the city - its stock of affordable rental housing - is at its most vulnerable point and declining rapidly.
The phrase Achilles ' heel is used to describe the vulnerable point in the character of a person or nation.
Pointsec delivers a trusted solution for automatic data encryption that guarantees proven protection at the most vulnerable point where sensitive enterprise data is stored - on mobile devices.
The report, A Present for Life: hazardous chemicals in cord blood, from WWF-UK and Greenpeace, says babies are being exposed to these chemicals at the most vulnerable point in their development and calls for urgent action.
Puncture 'They will always let go when you go for an eye because it's their vulnerable point.
Not only is Sylmar (1-1) at a very vulnerable point - after the loss to Taft - but the Antelopes present a very unusual challenge.
Introducing NOZIN[R] Nasal Sanitizer(TM), a non-prescription, anti-microbial solution designed to fight harmful germs at the body's most vulnerable point - the nose.
It was designed to record his patient surreptitiously at that patient's most vulnerable point," he said.
I think your dad does need to get used to being round drink, but because he's at a vulnerable point and just out of rehab, I think it's best this Christmas not to have him surrounded by booze and to do everything to make it as easy as possible for him.
Since clients come under their care at a very vulnerable point in their lives, midwives are right to be concerned.
E[acute accent]Pointsec delivers a trusted solution for automatic data encryption that guarantees proven protection at the most vulnerable point where sensitive enterprise data is stored -- on mobile devices.