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This was for the weakest spot in the financial dike.
I cannot agree with you that my husband is the weakest of living mortals.
He therefore applied to the weakest first; and, letting the parson go, he directed a blow at the young squire's breast, which luckily taking place, reduced him to measure his length on the ground.
Activity and new orders both increased at the weakest rates in nearly two-and-a-half years and employment levels also rose to a lesser extent.
Swann, who retired from Test cricket during England's miserable 5-0 defeat in Australia in 2013/2014, said: "Their spinner, although he takes wickets, is probably their weakest link.
The projected five weakest markets in the new forecast are all in East Coast and Midwest housing markets.
When the herd is hunted, it is the slowest and weakest ones at the back that are killed first.
The Rt Rev Mark Davies, Bishop of Shrewsbury, used his homily to attack the Assisted Suicide Bill, saying it would change laws "which uphold the sanctity of human life and protecting some of the weakest in society".
2% during the four weeks ending December 1st, matching their weakest level of '13.
Summary: The dollar slid to the weakest since February as appetite for higher-yielding assets rose on bets the Federal Reserve will delay tapering stimulus after a last-minute deal pushed the political battle over US spending into 2014.
That signaled a slowdown in economic growth in global emerging markets, to the weakest for over a year-and-a-half.
That signalled a slowdown in economic growth in global emerging markets, to the weakest for over a year-and-a-half, according to a media statement.