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Weak

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And all science must culminate at last in the science of healing - not the weak, but the strong.
And force is a crime in the eyes of the fools, the weak and the silly who rule the roost.
The reaction from the terrific strain of excitement left the weak survivors trembling and prostrated.
Jane Porter sank weak and trembling against the side of the boat.
We must draw once more before we are too weak even to eat," he whispered.
Thrice he attempted to turn himself upon his hands and knees, that he might crawl back to his death, but in the few hours that he had lain there he had become too weak to return to Thuran's side.
Key Words: Weak structures; Generalized weak structures
2 : not able to stand much strain or force <a weak rope>
Blitzes can be brought from the weak side, short side, right, left, etc.
Key words: cold neutrons; liquid helium; nucleon-nucleon interaction; parity non-conservation; parity violation; spin rotation; superfluid helium; weak interaction; weak meson exchange amplitude.