Caption: BALANCING ACT Modern teeter-totter
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Yet both political parties, especially Democrats, want to add more weight to the wrong side of the teeter-totter
with various harebrained schemes, such as making college, medical care, and childcare more expensive by making them totally free.
is a name used in the USA for which children's playground item?
As an example, the relationship between bond process and interest rates became a playground teeter-totter
The mad bomber: A player who is either on the highest of highs or the lowest of lows in a predictable, teeter-totter
life of financial chaos that is hardly recommended but interesting to watch from afar.
Books in this series include: The Midas Bomb (AISN: B00495XSYC, ISBN: 978-0741456311), Angels Need Not Apply (ASIN: B007JMB5B0), Teeter-Totter
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So: How do we place ourselves here,on the teeter-totter
continuum of using Arabic literature as a prop for discussion of "wider issues" to the engagementof beautiful books on their own terms, or rather on the terms that translation and editing and criticism have set for them?
Move a ruler back and forth on your outstretched finger until it balances perfectly, like a balanced teeter-totter
While the child probably was unaware that she was costumed like Jodie Foster in "Taxi Driver," surely her mother understood that short-shorts and high heels generally are not de rigueur for the teeter-totter
morphs into the open driver's-side front window of two cars speeding down an empty road in opposite directions, with my mother at one wheel and my father at the other.
He responded with a similar photo - taken nearly 40 years ago in Wisconsin - of her on the other end of the same teeter-totter
At the exact instant the trigger broke, my feet moved back and I pivoted like a teeter-totter
over the branch I was leaning my hip against.