The experience has been bittersweet for Longnecker, who has vacillated
between the highs of the kindness of strangers, to the lows of struggling with state bureaucracy.
Chapter four, which emphasizes Elizabethan "gynecocratic rhetoric" in the writings of Jacobean men and women (109), cleverly undermines the liberal humanist norm of the "sovereign subject" by stressing the unstable subject position of women who vacillated
between sovereignty and subjection.
in his youth between a career in the army and one in the church, but, after entering the Benedictine order, his taste for a worldly life won.
Yesterday morning, the markets flipped back and forth between profit and loss, as traders vacillated
, and the same pattern emerged today.
If he would later abandon the former approach in favor of his own "de-skilled" take on the latter, in Europe he vacillated
freely between the two.
Cardinal shares have vacillated
only slightly since the investigation was launched.
Although he still vacillated
between passages of extreme consciousness and others of noodling vagueness, he nevertheless created some of his most exquisite dance moments--imagery and mood that combined the beauty of Matisse's painting The Bathers with the dour subjectivity of a Francis Bacon portrait.
Attributions of various sheets vacillated
between the two artists until 1982, when G.
Many IT services vendors have vacillated
in recent years between customized "one-off" and rapid "cookie-cutter" implementation approaches.
Wyman said his interest in joining the Army has vacillated
They were a fabulous client to work with who knew what they wanted when we started and never vacillated
from their original vision.
So rather than commit himself to a real decision ahead of time, Hahn has vacillated
, saying only that he'll base his decision ``on the merits'' - whatever that means.