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He is too weak, too scared of the hatred he has stirred to put an end to it.
A meta-analysis of 426 studies found only weak effects of anti-bias training on both implicit and explicit biases.
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Lowe’s has long been derided as a weaker version of its bigger rival Home Depot.
The idea became more plausible in the 1970s, after physicists discovered that massive particles carry the weak and strong forces.
Another victim of the weak advertising market, ViacomCBS reported a 27% decline in ad revenue in its second quarter.
Domain organic traffic value, URL organic traffic, and page load speed were among the weaker correlations.
Additionally, July marks the start of the third quarter, and the beginning of any quarter generally sees weaker advertiser demand compared to other periods, the publishers said.
In 1991, Vachaspati proposed that magnetic fields might have arisen during the electroweak phase transition — the moment, a split second after the Big Bang, when the electromagnetic and weak nuclear forces became distinct.
When the high energy protons in cosmic rays slam into the atmosphere, they produce particles called pions, and the rapid decay of pions is governed by the weak force — the only fundamental force with a known mirror asymmetry.
I would refer more to kind of like totalitarian economic systems where property rights are very weak.

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