Mingling in the crowd of carriages, horses, servants, chairmen, link-boys, porters, and idlers of all kinds, they lounged about; while Hugh's new friend pointed out to him significantly the weak parts
of the building, how easy it was to get into the lobby, and so to the very door of the House of Commons; and how plainly, when they marched down there in grand array, their roars and shouts would be heard by the members inside; with a great deal more to the same purpose, all of which Hugh received with manifest delight.
I can very much see that if Scotland goes its own way, that the English will tell Wales - you either accept the fact that you're part of a union and a very weak part
of the union, and basically you're not going to get any more than any other part of the union that is left.
It can always help to support the weak part
of the body.
That's why I raced in Manchester because that's the weak part
in my event but a crucial part too.
According to the authors, business education is traditionally a weak part
of pharmacy studies, yet it is increasing necessary for one's pharmacy to survive.
Transmitters of the weak part
of the electroweak force, two W particles (one positively charged, one negative) and the neutral Z particle, felt the Higgs force dramatically.
He added: "I felt very privileged to be part of the team and it also made me concern myself that I wasn't a weak part
of the team, that I did my homework as best I could.
They are given a weak part
of the dose and the point is to see if the drug is safe, rather than if it will do what it says on the tin.
Wadsworth said: "It's been a weak part
of our game (up front), we can't run away from that.
It's been a weak part
of our game, we can't run away from that.
Moreover, pentito (Mafioso who collaborates with the judicial authorities) is explained as a concept of the weak part
of these networks.
But that's about the only weak part
of the 22-year-old's formidable anatomy.