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Thus we seesawed back and forth along a mile and a quarter of battle-line, with the firing equal in intensity from wing to wing.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
So they seesawed with thighs crossed X-wise, all intermingled and merged together.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
She just seesawed her car with three rapid back-and-forth jerks that sent showers of stones from her spinning wheels.
HIGHWAYS IN HIDINGGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
The score seesawed, until Whitman took the fifth and sixth games, and then Ware got the next four and the set.
HARPER'S ROUND TABLE, AUGUST 13, 1895VARIOUS
For a moment the bowsprit of the latter seesawed threateningly along the jibstay of the smaller craft.
JIM SPURLING, FISHERMANALBERT WALTER TOLMAN
Then the "drug" caught her, and she seesawed again up into the wind and rode springily.
JIM SPURLING, FISHERMANALBERT WALTER TOLMAN
Sheer femaleness and the spirit of the age seesawed inconclusively.
BLACK OXENGERTRUDE FRANKLIN HORN ATHERTON
In him the two individualities that make up nearly every human being swung and seesawed.
THE PEACE OF ROARING RIVERGEORGE VAN SCHAICK
Durade and Hough played alone; and the luck seesawed from one to the other until both the other players returned.
THE U.P. TRAILZANE GREY
The score then seesawed until Bolotovsky shot the winning point with a free goal from the foul line.
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