Weaker

Some articles on weaker:

Tower Dream - Real Estate Trading - Properties/corporations
... a property that is between two corporations, then the stronger corporation will buy out the weaker corporation ... The shares of the weaker corporation becomes shares of the stronger corporation ... People who have invested in the weaker corporation will receive monetary rebates ...
Leetspeak - Grammar
... Austin rocks" is weaker than "Austin roxxorz" (note spelling), which is weaker than "Au5t1N is t3h r0xx0rz" (note grammar), which is weaker than something like "0MFG D00D /\Ü571N 15 T3H l_l83Я 1337 Я0XX0ЯZ" (OMG ...
Power and Empathy Gap - Van Boven Experiment - Result
... When being the weaker party, an encouragement of being more strategic occurs since the weaker party fears that their outcome will be in threat ... In fact, this leads to a decision in more favor of the weaker party ...
Leetspeek - Grammar
... Austin rocks" is weaker than "Austin roxxorz" (note spelling), which is weaker than "Au5t1N is t3h r0xx0rz" (note grammar), which is weaker than something like "0MFG D00D /\Ü571N 15 T3H l_l83Я 1337 Я0XX0ЯZ ...
Chess Handicap
... A handicap (or "odds") in chess is a way to enable a weaker player to have a chance of winning against a stronger one ... the weaker player can play the first x number of moves at the beginning of the game), extra time on the chess clock, and special conditions (such as requiring the ... was often played for money stakes, in order to induce weaker players to play for wagers ...

Famous quotes containing the word weaker:

    I am weaker than a woman’s tear,
    Tamer than sleep, fonder than ignorance,
    Less valiant than the virgin in the night,
    And skilless as unpractised infancy.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Women have their heads in their hearts. Man seems to have been destined for a superior being; as things are, I think women generally better creatures than men. They have weaker appetites and weaker intellects but much stronger affections. A man with a bad heart has been sometimes saved by a strong head; but a corrupt woman is lost forever.
    Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)

    By weaker accents, what’s your praise
    When Philomel her voice doth raise?
    Sir Henry Wotton (1568–1639)