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wavering

adjective between changing, debating, demurring, equivocating, faltering, feeling unsure, fluctuating, having difficulty deciddng, having qualms, having reservations, hesitating, holddng off, in a quandary, in between, irresolute, judgmental, pondering, pushing aside, putting off a decision, puzzled, puzzling over, stopping to consider, tabling, thinking it over, uncertain, undecided, vacillating, withholding
See also: capricious, doubt, dubious, faithless, hesitant, hesitation, indecision, intermittent, irresolute, irresponsible, moving, mutable, noncommittal, shifting, sporadic, undecided, undependable, unpredictable, unreliable, unsettled, untrustworthy, variable, volatile
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Wavering Down is opening on Easter Sunday and Monday and several times a month until the autumn.
Wavering Facades has been planned with your very comfort and convenience in mind, and the staff is here to anticipate your every need, except the ones that occur when you're sick or short on finds.
Embedded into one long wavering wall is a slender glass case which, supported on 101 spidery steel legs, holds manuscripts, chalices and small artefacts.
Four days later, on May 16, Rangel, the ranking Democrat on the Ways and Means Committee and an influential member of the Congressional Black Caucus, went public with his decision, prompting several other wavering Democrats to join him.
A WAVERING GRACE: A Vietnamese Family in War and Peace By Gavin Young (Viking, 7.
Consumers wavering between a higher-end compact digital and a digital SLR will take note of this new PENTAX pricing as will consumers who have been considering an upgrade to a digital SLR," added Lee.
Report France Montjeu Coolmore Prix Saint-Alary G1 Longchamp, 1m2f, 3yo fillies GODOLPHIN'S Wavering came with a beautifully timed late run under Mickael Barzalona to beat the favourite Epic Love and give the jockey his first Group 1, writes Desmond Stoneham.
Frankie was 75 when he died at the cottage, Wavering Down, near Cross in Somerset, in 1992.
Wavering Down is open on tomorrow and Monday and two to three times a month until the Autumn.
Bush continued to harp on a single point regarding Kerry supposedly wavering on Iraq.
Ken Powell, an investment banker, says his whole firm, ever-Republican, is wavering, a change he calls monumental: "They look at the deficits and health care and education problems and, for the first time, they're not sure the Republicans are going to hand over a better country to their children.
In Nimby, 2002, for example, a flotilla of frostinglike daubs (recalling Philip Guston) hovers over a landslide of wavering lines (shades of Brice Marden).