weak ending

weak ending

One that is unaccented.
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Following 2015's weak ending, grain cooperatives will be focused on controlling costs, chasing modest profits in the futures market, and collecting storage fees from farmer clients.
However, if your blog posts have a weak ending, you are not optimizing the full marketing value of your insurance blog.
"The manufacturing slowdown continues in December and points to a weak ending for 2014," Hongbin Qu, chief economist for China at HSBC, said after the survey was released on Tuesday.
He seems to want to go back to the heroes of history to solve our financial problems, but this reviewer feels that this is a weak ending to an otherwise interesting book.
The weak ending makes this a book to look for in the library or on the discount shelves.
Weisz delivers a strong central performance while first time director Larysa Kondracki''s inexperience only really manifests itself with a weak ending.
It's well-shot and stylish, but slow and rather dull, with emotionally distant characters and a weak ending. The best acting comes from Yelena Morozova as we sympathise with Igor's sickly wife Katarina, forced to put up with her husband bedding the glamorous Coco under her nose.
In objectively the ending -ly is neutral and does not count, -ive is a weak ending and is within the domain of PWAR.
Despite a weak ending, this taut thriller is worth a look, if only for a standout turn from Angelina Jolie.
The process of communicating with an audience is mysterious, but the expectations were so high after the consistent surprises every season that a weak ending would forever have scarred the series.
Pic's weak ending demonstrates that its multi-narrative strategy, though full of cinematic potential, also holds traps for a film's overall impact.
A confusing final sentence, however, makes for a weak ending here.