can cross-dress -- "to vacillate irresolutely between choices: fluctuate in opinion, allegiance, or direction.
Last week's serieslevelling eight-wicket win in Colombo was a welcome relief and asked if he had seen Strauss' conviction waver
, team director Flower said: "No, not once.
HANDSWORTH residents have joined forces with community officials in a bid to successfully redevelop Waver
Mr Wooley was shot three times at close range while walking back from a pizza takeaway in Picton Road, Waver
tree, on Saturday, August 11 last year.
Josh's uncertainty seems to waver
between not believing Molly and not wanting to hurt his promising career and endorsements.
Rawles's craft may occasionally waver
under the burden of delineating Camille's five other children, not to mention assorted grandkids, spouses, and neighbors, but it comes back strongly whenever Camille enters her kitchen.
Ackman-Ziff continues to service a "who's who" of owners throughout the country because we never waver
from our focus on being the highest regarded capital advisory firm in the real estate industry.
PETER Mooney's letter (ECHO, August 7) headlined Regeneration For All would have been funny had it not been for the tragic consequences 'regeneration' has had for the communities of Edge Hill and Waver
I have not chosen to promenade with the powerful/and ungenerous, nor waver
, nor sell out gladly,/nor suffer deceivers, nor see my own darkness lightly.
People and money were always in short supply, and many times community support would waver
Although the United States did not waver
in its opposition to strict commitments, it explained this stance more fully than previously.