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compromised

1. lacking adequate resistance to infection, or lacking the ability to mount an adequate immune response, owing to a course of treatment, e.g. immunosuppressive drugs or infections, irradiation, or to an underlying disorder, e.g. leukemia.
2. lacking a sufficient blood supply to remain viable.
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Hence my contention that in a CS the agent is somehow compromised no matter what she eventually chooses.
As we saw in the news recently with the Radisson Hotel chain's announcement that its system has been compromised, it is clear that the fraudsters are continuing to attack payments systems.
Then there's the even more idiotic one that goes "So And So [the horse himself] is compromised.
Ben Fallaw concludes Cardenas Compromised on an optimistic note, declaring that in Yucatan the "legacy of popular empowerment and the memory of the democratic opening that Cardenas briefly created has not yet been erased" (167).
Maybe the Pilgrims would have fared better early on had they compromised in myriad ways.
15 applies to entities emerging from chapter 11 that do not qualify for fresh-start reporting, the carrying amount of liabilities compromised by confirmed plans would not be adjusted unless future cash payments designated as either principal or interest were less than the compromised liability's carrying amount.
Both eventually compromised with Schwarzenegger, who first sought to have new greenhouse-gas standards set by the governor's closest appointees, with a clause allowing him and future governors to suspend the rules whenever they feel it's needed.
Under these guidelines, a tax liability could be compromised on one or both of two grounds: doubt as to liability and doubt as to collectibility.
5) As a result, a form of insolvency is generally required before a tax liability will be compromised.