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The 32-year-old, whose weight has yo-yoed in the past, admits she has been mistaken for being pregnant when she wasn't.
Far bigger and better clubs than Livi have yo-yoed between the divisions for years trying to find stability, find their place in the pecking order.
Pathmark, usually strong on execution, has yo-yoed quarterly like Kroger in quest of the right pricing/profitability mix.
Now, the nation can be yo-yoed from boom to bust, from inflation to deflation, from expansion to recession; one man, the supposedly infallible Alan Greenspan, makes economic decisions affecting 270 million Americans, not to mention the overwhelming majority of the world's other inhabitants.
Perez already had one frustration-laden outburst from being yo-yoed between Triple-A Albuquerque and the Dodgers during six days of inactivity this month, but he said he's beyond that and will do what the Dodgers ask.
of Miami yo-yoed to a low Tuesday and again Thursday, when its daily trading volume topped 575,000 -- more than five times the previous Thursday.
The Dow Jones has yo-yoed in an out of positive territory this afternoon, while S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq Composite have struggled to even break above the surface as investor sift through the rubble left by last night's earnings report.
In the event, as United and Sunderland yo-yoed between the divisions, they would meet in the league only four times in the 1980s.
Boyd has yo-yoed between Rugby Park and Ibrox throughout his career and, although his form has been distinctly average this season, he is still rated a threat by his former team-mate.
She was diagnosed with the eating disorder bulimia aged 16 and her weight has yo-yoed since.
Sunderland have yo-yoed between the top flight and the Championship.
Indeed, he points to the likes of West Brom, who have yo-yoed between the two top divisions before fully establishing themselves in the Premier League, as an example that the Bluebirds might follow.
Sheffield Wednesday are another club who have spent the majority of their history in the top flight and yet have yo-yoed between League One and the Championship over the last ten years, finally managing to scramble their way back up again this season.