Stage II counselors-in-training vacillate
from high to low motivation because of the theory-to-practice chasm.
Kerry, however, did vacillate
when he said, "I think the term 'marriage' gets in the way."
He showed a tendency to vacillate
which led to a series of blunders - notably the failure to stop the Allied retreat.
Pre- and post-tests revealed that students vacillate
between dualistic and multiplistic thinking, moving from strongly held beliefs about what is right and wrong to basing their decision-making processes on authorities or intuitive feelings about the goodness-of-fit for any expressed position.
The act of intentionally relinquishing or abandoning a known right, claim or privilege; also the legal instrument evidencing such an act." (And see verb waive -- Ed.) Waver can cross-dress -- "to vacillate
irresolutely between choices: fluctuate in opinion, allegiance, or direction...reel, totter...." Here, the call is clearly for waver.
Shedlarz: You'll note until we got out there and went through the extensive effort of explaining the deal to the institutional shareholders, the stock did vacillate
. Once we explained the near- and longer-term benefits of the combination, the stock stabilized and continued to rise.
That estimate is entirely consistent with the numbers in the last presidential election.) On the other hand, the same pollster points out that the middle third is beginning to vacillate
, and that while pro-Chavez sentiment in the population as a whole has dropped in recent months by 25 percent, pro-opposition sentiment has increased by 16 percent.
from one issue to another,'' shifting from human rights to trade disputes and ''political grandstanding.''
For them, the problem appears when liberal Jewish denominations vacillate
back and forth with respect to their willingness to meet feminist challenges.
With no state income tax, Florida relies largely on lottery proceeds to pay for public education -- an uncertain source of money that can vacillate
As a society we seem to vacillate
between the so-called liberal stance of "I'm okay, you're okay" to the ultraconservatism of "Nobody's okay except people like me." So between those two extremes there must be a place people can stand.
Early in the APA process, the IRS seemed to vacillate
between targeting actual results for a particular entity and targeting the methodology to be used.
Economists seems to vacillate
from week to week on whether or not we are pulling out of the recession.
Corduroy makes Leah feel visible and alive as Kristy and Corrine vacillate
between ditching her and treating her like their best friend.
Moreover, the study also points out that water consumption will vacillate
between 64 and 104 l on a daily basis per one refugee, which will increase water demand between 8 and 12% on the national level.