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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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in awed mutters all round him; -- down the stokehold ladder, missing many iron rungs in his hurry, down into a place deep as a well, black as Tophet, tipping over back and forth like a see-saw.
Taking out his phone, he showed Khaleej Times a picture of two young toddlers playing on one of the see-saws positioned in between the wave-shaped sand bags.
Adshead's writing see-saws between the brutal and the lyrical, between stark encounters and poetic memories.
Men limboed under burning fire ropes just inches off the ground, people were catapulted by see-saws across the stage, with no safety nets in sight.
If you went back 50 years, during the era of my childhood, however, you would have found one medium-sized house and a group of wooden bungalows, painted white with red roofs; a swimming pool; two see-saws and a jungle gym for kids; and a social hall (called the "casino").
Pupils learned how to tackle ramps, balance beams and see-saws and plan their cycle journeys.
Still, he got a gold statue to take home, so swings and see-saws.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Kids love see-saws, so imagine their delight when you make them their very own and see-saws don't come any more budget friendly than this little beauty.
3 and the cricket ground, is now replete with corroded iron bars jutting dangerously out in the open from non-existent see-saws.
However, during my run I noticed that a couple of the parks have been damaged - doors and window shutters of the small playhouses have been ripped off, and one of the see-saws have been broken.
There's a huge timber pirate ship to explore, surrounded by a flotilla of wooden boat swings, trampolines and see-saws.
They also carry an extensive range of outdoor products including trampolines, bikes, swings and see-saws to help get your kids out and active this summer