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soft spot

n.
1. A tender or sentimental feeling: has a soft spot for stray animals.
2. A weak or vulnerable point: a soft spot in the nation's defense strategy.
3. See fontanel.

soft spot

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CAMP barman Sean Tully has been named the TV character Scottish viewers have the biggest soft spot for.
Avoid: Fruit with dull, dry skin or soft spots, mold, or punctures.
Also avoid dull, dry skin and spongy feel, soft spots on the surface, and discolored, weakened skin at the ends.
Avoid: Fruit with sunken eyes, dull yellowish-green color, a dried look, bruises, soft spots, mold, or an unpleasant vinegary odor.
In some parts of a skeleton, such as the clavicle and the soft spots of the skull, they do this directly.
Soft Spots Supremes features a complex system of comfort support components designed to enhance total body comfort while walking.
We now know, through the study of Biomechanics, that shock waves emanating from the ground can affect your entire body, and Soft Spots Supremes promote total body comfort, allowing all walkers to enjoy the health benefits of walking without hurting.
You can observe any large blisters, rotted surfaces, low or high spots, and you can feel soft spots and water blisters underfoot.
These attackers were clearly looking for soft spots in organizations, targeting the quiet holiday period.