inability to rise

inability to rise

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The inability to rise from a chair was the only frailty criterion that was influenced by the exercise programme.
National egotisms are slow poisons that bring about the weakening of democracies and a collective inability to rise up to our historic challenge," he said, adding: "I know the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, is conscious of that.
This means approximately 15 million people living without electricity which is a key contributing factor to the countrys continuing inability to rise out of poverty.
Arellano coach Jerry Codinera rued his team's inability to rise to the challenge against the Lions last Friday.
Sterling's six Premier League goals for them last term came against Watford, Sunderland, Bournemouth and relegated Aston Villa, suggesting an inability to rise to the occasion against the bigger teams.
They would, instead, do well to consider the inability to rise above an amateur standard of football.
However, while Chavan's decision was clearly on instructions by his party high command, I also believe Modi also has breached the etiquette as demonstrated by his inability to rise above being just a regional chieftain warring with other chief ministers to being a Prime Minister responsible for the whole country's well being.
Managers, mentalities and styles of play change but somehow Everton's inability to rise to the occasion when it counts remains the same.
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.