In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1faliblewe are all fallible — cualquiera se puede equivocar
- This made no philosophical sense, because human justice is both finite and fallible.
- They now say that clinical trials are misused, abused, misleading, biased, and fallible.
- They are not ethereal beings but fallible, the same as the rest of us.
- They are your weakest link; a constant reminder that you are human, fallible and getting older.
- No one could imagine Margaret Thatcher appearing on television to admit that she was fallible.
- But the expert rules are fallible, and there will always be false positives and false negatives.
- On the previous time trial, he had been outclassed by Ullrich and suddenly looked fallible.
- It's easy to make him too perfect and aloof, but if he's too fallible then he's not Superman.
- We cannot prevent ourselves from falling ill, humans are too fallible, and we love doing things that damage us.
- The point is we are all fallible: we all make choices every day that impact on our health, from eating junk food to having children.
- How can you force such people to leave on the strength of a fallible weather forecast?
- Do we want a hero with universal vision, or would we prefer a fallible creature, confusing and confused?
- In order to savour the flashing returns and the artistic volleys, we must suffer the faltering second serve and the fallible forehand.
- Dr Martin Luther King Jr was also at times as fallible as the next human.
- DNA forensics is starting to reveal just how fallible eyewitness reports can be.
- But we do the best we can in elections, with limited information and fallible judgment.
- The state has no innate moral compass to guide it and the people who should be its guide are all too fallible.
- There had been a moment when he looked fallible, when trying to reach for a Paul Millar free-kick.
- Furthermore, one does not have to look far to see that their judgments are all too frequently fallible.
- However, concern has also been expressed that existing security measures are fallible.
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