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- Delhi's feeble response to the Orissa cyclone disaster highlights a national apathy that worries many citizens India: Crash Landing Even a Calcutta court verdict can't answer vexing .
- Buck, 21, feeble-minded state asylum inmate, with a feeble-minded mother and a feeble-minded illegitimate child, protested sterilization proceedings against her.
- And now we have this ill wind, this feeble gust of an environmental horror story.
News & Articles
- Sketchy draft may not provide much relief
The NBA Draft provides a sense of optimism, an opportunity for the feeble to rise and rebuild into legitimate title contenders.
June 19, 2013 - News Channel 34 Binghamton
- Greece may be struggling for bailout money, but venture capital is pouring in
Greece hasn’t had an easy time convincing Europe to dole out bailout funds. But in a country with a shrinking job pool, harsh tax laws and feeble growth, some ambitious young Greeks are turning to a new ...
June 17, 2013 - Quartz via Yahoo! Finance
- Reviewing the TV debut of the sideline reporter and what he thinks of them now
The sideline reporter, television's ongoing feeble attempt to show more bang for its billions of bucks in rights fees, was born in Knoxville, Tenn. on Sept. 7, 1974.
June 14, 2013 - Dallas Morning News
- Stephen Hawking in Sydney Morning Herald
The world will not come to an end,Stephen Hawking, the Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge University, told the Telegraph in London. "The Large Hadron Collider is feeble compared with what goes on in the universe."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger in International Herald Tribune
In the written statement, Schwarzenegger said he would not rule out "the potential release of the old, feeble and sick who pose no threat to the public. ...... However, I will not allow the early release of any felons - violent or nonviolent - as a...
- Antonin Scalia in New York Times
Applying the Fourth Amendment to new technologies may sometimes be difficult, but when it is necessary to decide a case, we have no choice,Justice Scalia wrote. "The-times-they-are-a-changin' is a feeble excuse for disregard of duty."