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In 2016 when asked what she would like to change in her husband, Melania answered, somewhat hesitatingly, "(http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/04/melania-trump-donald-tweeting-222253) The tweeting ."
When we realize that the men's and women's finalists are moving from the middle thirties (except Nadal) and the men's doubles celebrities, the Bryans, are almost forty, we may hesitatingly guess that the Australian Open is pointing towards the evening of the Golden Age.
As I hesitatingly took on the role they offered me, it began to dawn on me that I could, through the clan system, have an unlimited number of mothers, fathers, sisters, or grandfathers.
Would you be interested to go to the constitutional amendments?' And he hesitatingly accepted,' Farinas said.
Many of them hesitatingly raised their hands, but the very next moment, they declared not to use cosmetics or wear ornaments until they have toilets at home, leaving the official stunned.
Gil Gaudia has been a handball player for decades and hesitatingly entered his first national event in Portland, the 85-plus.
According to the T24 news portal, Zana also said "the Turkish nation" somewhat hesitatingly as she was sworn in in June.
When the three of us met for our first rehearsal at WQXR, I said to my two colleagues rather hesitatingly (2) something like:
In the process of decodifying representations of their existential situations and perceiving former perceptions, the learners gradually, hesitatingly, and timorously place in doubt the opinion they held of reality and replace it with a more and more critical knowledge.
Instead, world trade hesitatingly fell into a new pattern of weak and in some months negative growth, averaging no more than the rate of growth of world production.
It is clear from other such statements of Clavius and those of his Jesuit colleagues at the Roman College at that time that they were retreating from the system of Tycho Brahe and hesitatingly approaching Copernicanism.
I tell him to sit back down again and relax, which he does only very hesitatingly. Then he looks up at me.