weak group

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Tom Park, Ante-Post Focus I was impressed by Too Darn Hot in what was admittedly a weak Group 1, but he showed plenty of speed and it was good to see him back in the winner's enclosure.
However, Shrestha's is very weak group. When the division in the party has been noticed following the formation of its State level committees and district committees.
While England have been fortunate in drawing weak group opponents in recent competitions, the progress under Southgate is so encouraging.
As in the West, the aim is limited to keeping a weak group subjugated, though the intensity and tools vary: from isolated attacks in India and Sri Lanka, occupation in Israel and Indian-held Kashmir, to ethnic cleansing in Myanmar.
The PBL process in medical school is found to be most demanding in its initial phase mainly due to weak group dynamics and no "spoon-feeding" from professors.
Though they amassed 11 points in the relatively weak Group D to progress in Europe, their Bundesliga form speaks of wider problems.
"It is a small and weak group which, for personal interests, acts as a mouthpiece of a certain structure and the goal is to create a public impression that in Macedonia there is a critical mass capable of preventing the country's NATO and EU integration.
The simple truth of the England World Cup adventure was that they benefited from being in a weak Group with only Belgium as serious competition - and they lost to them in qualifying for the knock-out stages.
The World Champions kick off their defence against Mexico today (4pm, BBC1) in a weak group, after bagging an astonishing 4.3 goals per game to qualify for Russia.
World Champions Germany kick off their defence against Mexico today (4pm, BBC1) in a weak group, after bagging an astonishing 4.3 goals per game to qualify for Russia.