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Despite all this and the optional inclusion of 4WD, the provision of a 6-speed gearbox and more modern mechanicals mean that this pokier is actually cheaper to run than the feebler 1.
Considering the extent to which a law advances the state's interest in protecting health is crucial in determining whether the burden it imposes on women's choice is warranted: "The feebler the medical grounds, the likelier the burden, even if slight, to be 'undue' in the sense of disproportionate or gratuitous.
All of these units feel usefully pokier than they did in their earlier feebler guises, with a surge of power from just 1,500rpm and even the entry-level TDCi 100 developing a useful 310Nm of torque, a figure rising as high as 385Nm if you opt for the 155PS version.
Everitt also wanted to measure the even feebler frame-dragging effect, in which the spinning Earth should yank and twist the surrounding spacetime.
greeted with plaudits which now seemed to him at once louder than he deserved and feebler than he desired" (178-79).
Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit similarly considered the relevance of other factors, including medical need, to the "undue burden" assessment: "The feebler the medical grounds, the likelier the burden, even slight, to be 'undue' in the sense of disproportionate or gratuitous.
Last fall, Italy's bold Mare Nostrum sea-rescue operation, which had saved hundreds of lives, was replaced by a far feebler EU initiative that has struggled to carry out its mission.
This is Israel which we defeated in 2006 and in Gaza, it is feebler than a spider's house," the Secretary General said, referring to the July war of 2006 which Israel launched after Hezbollah kidnapped two Israeli soldiers.
The terms of the peace exacerbated the continent's political instability, relying on a weak Weimar liberalism to withstand Bolshevism or Bolshevism's fascist antithesis, and establishing an even feebler League of Nations to do with laws what Britain had once done with the Royal Navy.
Neither it becomes formidable by joining the network nor does it become feebler by breaking away from it.
To explain how older people who look up to the Lord can stay young, he quoted Verse 14, Chapter 4 of The Second Epistle to the Corinthians: "For which cause we do not give way to weariness; but though our outer man is getting feebler, our inner man is made new day by day," and Verse 30 and 31, Chapter 40 of Isaiah: "Even the young men will become feeble and tired, and the best of them will come to the end of his strength.