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We watched her clap for herself after she took her first wobbly steps.
The court should not impose a line “as wobbly as the one between felonies and misdemeanor,” she said.
Caseloads across the Washington region have steadily declined for weeks alongside a wobbly vaccine rollout.
That seemed to apply Sunday to Mahomes, who appeared wobbly on his feet after absorbing a third-quarter hit, although he was seen jogging to the Chiefs’ locker room soon after.
While those companies have so far weathered the storm, the pressure pushed many wobbly retailers over the edge, and led to a record number of bankruptcies in 2020.
At times he was wobbly about whether he really had enough sources to support what his instinct told him was the truth.
That month, he was one of just 23 House members to vote against a $1 billion aid package to the wobbly Ukrainian government.
He even took a few wobbly first steps (with a little assistance from his mum, of course).
And housing, while still a bit wobbly, is definitively back.
But he delivered his remarks in the same low-affect, wobbly-voiced delivery to which Fed watchers have become accustomed.
The strong light at the back of the house—a wobbly one—was rapidly becoming a glow in the heavens, as they say in journalese.
Nagpirigpirig siya sa hagdan nga nagkurugkurug, He was walking gingerly on the wobbly steps.
It was rather wobbly, but a bit of wood was put under the faulty leg, and it did very well.
His poor legs and feet got so terribly wobbly that he was afraid he'd fall down or something and couldn't finish his delivery.
The front lawn had been turned into a circus ring by means of a low, rather wobbly circular railing.
On this page you'll find 79 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to wobbly, such as: insecure, precarious, rickety, unbalanced, uneven, and unstable.
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