see-saw


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see-saw

verb alternate, swing, fluctuate, teeter, oscillate, go from one extreme to the other The stock-market see-sawed up and down.
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The see-saw session saw the index touch a day's low of 44,465 points and a high of 44,971 before closing at 44,907.
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by three wickets in a see-saw Group B game to set up a Champions Trophy semi-final with hosts England in Cardiff tomorrow.
Second seed Karolina Pliskova survived a see-saw encounter against unheralded Russian Ekaterina Alexandrova 6-2 4-6 6-3 on Thursday to reach the third round of the French Open for the first time.
Dragged to a see-saw game by a weakened enemy that was supposed to fold up early, San Miguel Beer gutted out a character-setting comeback for a win that represented more than the team's pride.
Commenting on the see-saw trade these days, some experts said that tug-of-war is persisted among buyers and sellers over the prices.
Karachi -- Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) on Tuesday witnessed a see-saw ride ended with the index posting a 92-point gain, as an uptick in global crude oil prices and results announcements kept investors interested.
In a see-saw final period, Sheridan sank a threepointer followed by Ebose, who finished on 14.
I got him a see-saw and we practised a bit with it.
But a see-saw last ten minutes saw both teams score a further try each, before centre Paul McLindon had the last word scoring a try with a strong burst down the touchline to round things off.
A see-saw duel saw Lion come from behind to take a 3-1 lead and although Hillmorton levelled 20 minutes from time an Adam Timms double led the pub men to victory.
A thrilling see-saw encounter saw the lead continually change hands until O'Sullivan (above) coolly took the final two frames.