As it stands now, with the obvious success of Davie in launching what will be the RCN's largest naval vessel (the Asterix AOR ship) and Irving's progress with the navy's AOPV ship, Seaspan is looking like the weak sister
of naval shipbuilding in Canada.
The reason I say "unfathomable" is because Winchester's 1886 is big, heavy and many of its 10 chamberings are weak sisters
by modem standards.
Many business practitioners view it as a weak sister
in the corporate management hierarchy.
Couldn't be nothing like a blue norther, they chuckled, sneering at the locals' weak sister
Some of the most vivid and compelling characters from Erdrich's other novels, including the fiercely weak Sister
Leopolda, perpetual escapee Gerry Nanapush and beautiful, tired June Kashpaw Morrissey, pay welcome visits.
Madeline is the weak sister
taken to task by Dr Joyce Brothers in "What Every Woman Should Know About Love and Marriage" for neglecting her husband.
Oracle, for example, is no weak sister
in the enterprise, and the company is grabbing the App Engine controls and driving forward.
Traditionally, little handguns have been the weak sisters
of the shooting world.
On the issue of unilateralism, the doctrine holds that multilateral institutions such as the United Nations are distractions at best and that European allies are weak sisters
who put their own parochial interests ahead of global security.
Today's powerhouses are tomorrow's weak sisters
, and vice versa.
In comparison to long guns, handguns are weak sisters