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Remember, it’s usually the case that the presidential vote will vacillate a bit in a state as more- or less-popular candidates earn their parties’ nominations.
He vacillated between bold proclamations of his faith in God and wrenching grief and confusion.
A TEMP WORKER DIED ON THE JOB AFTER FEDEX DIDN’T FIX A KNOWN HAZARD. THE FINE: $7,000.BY WENDI C. THOMAS, MLK50: JUSTICE THROUGH JOURNALISMDECEMBER 23, 2020PROPUBLICA
Whether the habit is some fundamental moral habit or the multiplication table, be consistent, do not vacillate.
THE SCIENCE OF HUMAN NATUREWILLIAM HENRY PYLE
The double character which pertained to the Popes made them perpetually vacillate between two contradictory systems of policy.
It is a sure knowledge, that does not gaze and vacillate hither and thither according to its own thoughts.
He may have more money one year than another, but his better fortunes never vacillate.
THE WEDDING RINGT. DE WITT TALMAGE
Coxon continued to vacillate between submission to the Governor of Jamaica and open rebellion.
The man of wisdom does not vacillate; the man of natural goodness does not fret; the man of valour does not fear.
Then he would begin to vacillate, remaining idle before the picture only to put it in the corner in hope of later inspiration.
His timidity, and his respect for the master, had made him vacillate, but at last he had decided.
THE DEAD COMMANDVICENTE BLASCO IBEZ

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