The second pitfall is that Tendulkar has given the reader little of what should be a gripping, meaningful story of his life.
Be on guard, especially, against co-dependence—a Libra pitfall.
It points up the major pitfall of academic boycotts, a pitfall so serious as to make them counterproductive.
One pitfall: text contributions are capped at $10 each per message and $200 a person under FEC regulations.
The Israel Project's novel defense of building civilian settlements in E1, however, has many a pitfall.
That's why I come, lest this appointment should ha' proved a pitfall to you.
He knew that somewhere a pitfall awaited him, yet hardly where.
Lincoln had digged a pitfall for unwary feet, and the great opportunist fell therein.
She was far too subtle and wary to stumble into such a pitfall as that.
I think I grasp your meaning, but if you try to follow up any clue I may have given you it can only lead you into a pitfall.