I worry and wonder if we have built an Achilles' heel
into the system.
The loop is "like an Achilles' heel
," says Fernandez.
Is that going to be an Achilles' heel
through the tournament for the United States?
I had an Achilles' heel
- I couldn't hit it very straight.
Acquisition costs are an Achilles' heel
for traditional insurers.
Search engines are an essential tool in the workplace, yet they can also be an Achilles' heel
in corporate Web filtering policies.
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to our Critical Infrastructure.
The special teams continue to be an Achilles' heel
and need more tweaking, especially on kickoff and kick returns.
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McGwire, 38, had four seasons ruined by injuries - an Achilles' heel
and recently a Joe Namath knee.
The internal network continues to be an Achilles' heel
Ovarian and breast cancer cells, like other malignant cells, may have an Achilles' heel
More difficult to assess than physical damage and open to interpretation, IP represents an Achilles' heel
that can be easily challenged.