inability to rise

inability to rise

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He lets his country down by blasting a penalty over a bar in a foreign stadium, he lets his club down by getting drunk in a Vegas swimming pool, or he lets himself down by a kiss-and-tell merchant spilling the beans on his inability to rise to the occasion in a budget hotel in Stoke.
They would, instead, do well to consider the inability to rise above an amateur standard of football.
Managers, mentalities and styles of play change but somehow Everton's inability to rise to the occasion when it counts remains the same.
Such attitudes decry a dangerous level of weakness and an alarming inability to rise to the challenge of fulfilling the aspirations of the citizens who are withering from the pain.
Technically, while the MICEX index is extremely weak, which manifests itself in the inability to rise above the rate of 1400 points.
Signs to look for include heavy panting, profuse salivation, a rapid pulse, very red gums/tongue, lethargy, lack of co-ordination, reluctance or inability to rise after collapsing, vomiting, diarrhoea and loss of consciousness in extreme circumstances.
The son's inability to rise to a crisis involving some American tourists leads to hilarity.
Neil Wilson, prosecuting for Middlesbrough Council, said that when she finally did, her excuse was her inability to rise in the morning.
Gambaro's brilliant use of drama and dark humor portray the individual's inability to rise up against aggressors in a totalitarian state.
GRAEME SOUNESS bemoaned his side's inability to rise above provocation after fine first-half form derailed against BNEI Sakhnin in the Uefa Cup at St James' Park.
And Souness bemoaned his side's inability to rise above provocation against Bnei in this Uefa Cup first-round first-leg at St James' Park.
Signs of equine West Nile virus infection include lack of coordination, circling, weakness or partial paralysis of limbs, muscle twitching (especially around nose and lips), an inability to rise and grinding of teeth.