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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 balance of power in these two romances see-saws back and forth, far from the prying eyes of the lovers' hometown.
Each of the facilities is fully equipped and accessible for wheelchairs, with a range of activities such as a wheelchair challenge course with bridges, see-saws, tunnels, wobbly paths and more for children to enjoy.
The 130-acre park in the heart of Walton features a huge playground with swings, roundabouts, see-saws and even football pitches to keep the kids entertained.
Iconic locations such as Union Terrace Gardens, HM Theatre and St Nicholas Kirkyard were illuminated with dramatic projections, luminous sculptures and even musical, colour-changing see-saws in previous years.
| Walton Hall Park This 130-acre park in the heart of Walton features a playground with swings, roundabouts, see-saws children of all ages entertained.
When Donald Trump was a kid, did he climb on jungle-gyms and see-saws? Did he play tag?
Dog agility group the Phoenix Flyers even put on a display that saw dogs shoot through tunnels, travel up and down see-saws and leap over jumps.
But as success comes their way, their relationship see-saws between affection and servitude.
Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones and Tej Lalvani trying out one of Craig Hill's see-saws and left, Craig appearing before the Dragons BBC
Deborah Meaden, Peter Jones and Tej Lalvani trying out one of Craig Hill's see-saws. Inset, Craig appearing before the Dragons BBC
Meanwhile, George Square will play host to giant, semi-intelligent talking see-saws for the Scottish premiere of Pivot.
Renovations included a new playground with swings and see-saws, as well as a setting up brand-new activity lounge to provide a recreational environment for the girls staying at the orphanage.