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spineless

1. lacking a backbone; invertebrate
2. having no spiny processes
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he said it seems that the coming general elections would be delayed and even if they are held the results would not be different as same spineless would reach the corridors of power on tickets of this or that political party.
Full of humor and intrigue, Spineless is a seaworthy saga brimming with information about not only jellyfish but also about the health and future of the oceans and our planet.
This study realised to evaluate the effect of the 'multiple supplements' containing spineless cactus enriched with urea, as a replacement to a traditional supplement on the rumen fermentation and microbial protein synthesis in crossbred steers.
SPINELESS SI THE star of last year's series was Spineless Si the stickleback.
Spineless is the first major natural history exhibition at the museum since it reopened in 2009, and was created and curated by the museum's own team.
According to the Mirror, Morgan has written on Twitter that Cook is emerging as one of the 'weakest, spineless, most ineffectual management lick-spittles' in the history of sports captaincy.
I just wish we would stay well clear of these French players who show their true colours and prove that they are indeed spineless.
I'm also a big fan of Spineless Classics - a whole book on one sheet that you can hang on the wall.
I would sincerely hope people will remember the way you have treated the residents of Lindley and vote you all out for this spineless action.
What an utterly spineless attitude to the work ethic, and a complete absence of moral fibre in positions where it should be manifest.
Smith's "Luther Burbank's Spineless Cactus: Boom Times in the California Desert" is a witty telling of a fascinating experiment.
The shame is not that our corrupt government and judges join with the Americans to torment Gary McKinnon, but that the spineless British people allow them to do so