vulnerable


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vulnerable

Bridge (of a side who have won one game towards rubber) subject to increased bonuses or penalties
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But how to reach them, now that I had found the only vulnerable spot in their mighty prison, was still a baffling riddle.
There was but one question: might there be still other enchantments, UNKNOWN to Merlin, which could render Sir Sagramor's veil transparent to me, and make his enchanted mail vulnerable to my weapons?
If we except perhaps Virginia and Maryland, which are peculiarly vulnerable on their eastern frontiers, no part of the Union ought to feel more anxiety on this subject than New York.
But the mind of the procureur was made up; he felt assured that Benedetto was guilty, and he hoped by his skill in conducting this aggravated case to flatter his self-love, which was about the only vulnerable point left in his frozen heart.
it assails her heart in the most vulnerable part, and if it be not fortified unusually well, seldom fails of success.
Fanny coloured, and doubted at first what to say; when, hoping to assail her on her vulnerable side, she presently answered--
Rebecca could observe, from the number of men placed for the defence of this post, that the besieged entertained apprehensions for its safety; and from the mustering of the assailants in a direction nearly opposite to the outwork, it seemed no less plain that it had been selected as a vulnerable point of attack.
If he was vulnerable he was mortal, and if we could wound him we could kill him.
We beat at them with the stocks of our guns, but there was nothing solid or vulnerable to strike.
It is ever the vulnerable points which are most securely guarded, and it was my one comfort that the difficult way must also be the safe way, if only the difficulty could be overcome.
The researchers said, "Android apps frequently use native libraries, which either directly or indirectly leverage vulnerable OpenSSL libraries.
STREET pastors are the latest group to receive training to help those made vulnerable through alcohol.

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