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    1. Along with simple activities such as dance, yoga, pilates and wobble boards, Tai Chi is one of the most effective things you can do and has both physical and social benefits

    2. You will wobble about at first but gradually you will be able to remain balanced on the toes of one foot with your hands on your hips, and remain so for as long as your breath allows you

    3. I pick up my dressing gown from the chair by the window and struggle into it, I’m shivering with cold … probably because I’ve not eaten … firmly tying the belt, I wobble through the hallway into the kitchen and, leaning against the work surface, I contemplate my options

    4. As if in response the pulley's head beam suddenly lurched, causing the stone and the water bucket to wobble mid-air

    5. Hearing the words again caused his legs to lighten and wobble and his cheeks to flush with rare pallor

    6. They felt the dinghy wobble momentarily before the landing feet lifted clear of the icy surface and they all felt themselves pressed gently into the floor

    7. Sometimes, a single star was seen to wobble considerably for no

    8. The baby was not even a year old and tended to crawl or wobble all over the place keeping her mother quite busy

    9. degrees when assembled together, and wobble noisily about whenever the wind blew

    10. I nudge him a little harder, and this time he begins to wobble like an unsteady bottle

    11. will wobble across as it twists sideways to find the tap

    12. You wobble a little bit as you become a teenager, but that’s OK because you’re going through puberty and it’s a difficult time

    13. Batistuta gave his head a wobble

    14. Remembering the early conversation about the sabre she focused on her genuine fear of the moment that made her stomach twitch and her legs wobble

    15. The presence of the Moon stabilizes Earth's wobble

    16. wobble in the whole economy and different parts of

    17. prices would wobble in the whole economy and

    18. A wobble on the high notes and breathiness on the low were not balanced by mellow mid tones

    19. reaching it out to the seagull's beak its jaw loosened leaving the camera to wobble out of the dry

    20. decorations began to wobble or threatened to fall onto the

    21. The blast tore piece of the mech’s foot and made it wobble

    22. His cheek started to wobble, and then his arm

    23. Henry’s body started to wobble, and then it was torn into millions of pieces

    24. I convinced Sharon to wobble back to her apartment with us

    25. Without any assistance, Linda managed to wobble off the sofa and into the kitchen

    26. that the 'two-bit-walls' of the sheds would wobble then collapse

    27. The wind causes the twenty-five by twenty-five foot structure to wobble, which converts this energy into electricity

    28. wobble, then did an about face

    29. We were walking in a northwest direction, the same direction the wind was coming from, and at times, it would gust over the peak and down the slope of the small valley we were traversing uphill, and cause our legs to wobble with its force

    30. ' Toyne did as he was told, and for a moment they both watched the unit wobble and rock gently

    31. much wobble as bounce off of thingsh very hard!” Mused the stupid girl

    32. nothing in his demeanour; it was just that the atmosphere seemed to wobble

    33. The variation is due to a wobble in their center of gravity caused by a shared center of mass

    34. As it turned out the other half went too; refusing payment, they swapped a wobble up and down the road on the bike in lieu of that other thing

    35. One had her face cleft almost clean in two from a battle-axe, another had a slit across her throat which made her head wobble up and down as she ran (as if on a hinge)

    36. Earth on its axis will create a different wobble on the rota-

    37. wobble, and all of a sudden he was in floods of tears

    38. You need a wobble change of the earth for this to even be remotely understandable from what history we have

    39. To calm me down he made a little head wobble: no harm meant

    40. wobble and a skid

    41. Fear gripped him as he saw Leone grin at his false bravado, wobble a bit and blink his eyes hard to clear his head

    42. Thinking that I am now strong enough, I wobble over to the door and twist the doorknob, but of course it's locked

    43. hauteur suffered a wobble as she struggled against the

    44. more of a wobble really

    45. wobble of Earth around its polar axis, called

    46. ice cream to wobble in the cone a little

    47. I wobble in the heels as my uncle passes me off to my mom's brother, a skinny man ten years her senior who we typically see once a year at Christmas time

    48. This is because the Earth's axis is not steady but is subject to a slow wobble, just as a spinning top while spinning will also begin to sway drunkenly as it moves around the floor

    49. In other words, because of this recently discovered wobble, the Earth’s speed as it orbits the Sun is slower than originally predicted

    50. Then the longer term wobble causes the precession of the

    1. They shook at their perch and it wobbled loose

    2. With a throat like brushed velvet I wobbled past Zacharias and dragged open the door of his cooler

    3. Heather wobbled out of the doorway into the darkness of the basement

    4. man teetered and wobbled with a surprised look on his face

    5. Griffin wobbled forward to put his hand on Savannahs back

    6. He wobbled, then the bike toppled over

    7. Larkey, Bosco wobbled down the gangplank and into the bustling port of Water-Down

    8. He wobbled, pitched forward, and collapsed on the carpet

    9. Turbulence wobbled the wings, and he overcorrected, but they always do the first few times up

    10. The old guy shot me an uneven finger as he wobbled past the passenger"s side window

    11. The machine wobbled and veered alarmingly

    12. She had seen something at the side of her world as it had wobbled in her first look

    13. They wobbled and wiggled to the amplified whine of a guitar

    14. Cinder wobbled over to stand beside

    15. waterbed wobbled and the walls rattled

    16. Vic grabbed a portly office clerk by the tie and tightened it so much his neck fat wobbled over his collar

    17. Monica's legs wobbled and she shook her right arm trying to use it for leverage so she wouldn't fall

    18. ” I had wobbled across lanes, but not crossed center line, so I got back to my apartment in Forest Park OK

    19. The two riders wobbled and slammed into each other without even trying to jab with the poles

    20. That was a great flight today, wasn't it?" He wobbled slightly as he focused his eyes on his watch

    21. The ambulance then wobbled slightly, as it took off from

    22. He felt his jaw wobbled as he

    23. Athene’s head spun and her knees wobbled as she caught a glimpse of the massive drop down

    24. Ra set down the platter and wobbled to his feet

    25. Abruptly it stopped, wobbled, turned, swayed, regained balance

    26. The cave wobbled again and the last two stalactites in the roof fell into the road

    27. My first opponent looked about ten and wobbled ‘Bless this House’ in a breathy treble, then pompous Harry David boomed ‘The Cornish Floral Dance’ before I earned a smattering of applause with what I hoped was a spirited rendition of ‘Westering Home

    28. The ship wobbled this way and

    29. “I doubt it will come to that,” Telkit said as his foot wobbled slightly

    30. “Dunit laughed to the point where he was unable to maintain his balance and his foot wobbled as well

    31. Jeff wobbled over to Laura’s bed

    32. He wobbled closer to them, extending his arms outwards as though keeping balance

    33. “Laura?” Ashley hesitated, then wobbled to Laura’s bed and took the IV out of her arm

    34. They wobbled and swayed down the trail, slow at first, then faster

    35. Corey wobbled down the stairs then headed to the kitchen

    36. Corey wobbled into his new litter box

    37. The KIRISHIMA, which was leading the battle line at a speed of 27 knots, wobbled in the water and started at once to sink by the bow

    38. Camilla wobbled uncertainly

    39. The car squealed to the right and wobbled as a white claw lost its grip on the steering

    40. As she wobbled, still on her knees, Alexandrina Petrova put a hand on Ponomarev’s shoulder

    41. And the more it wobbled, the more she was shocked and the harder she tried to hold it still

    42. Suddenly, a Transport Ship exited the Cleaning Hall at an almost impossible angle, wobbled back to the horizontal position, then swung back and headed almost vertically towards the sky

    43. He wobbled up the steps in a jerky fashion and went inside

    44. She wobbled like a new-born colt, but managed to remain standing

    45. It wobbled in the air, and clattered useless and spent a good few yards from Daddy’s feet

    46. As I helped him up, he wobbled and leaned against the wal

    47. The servant rose shakily to his feet and wobbled, nearly fal ing over once more

    48. The little boy wobbled off with his burden toward what Francis took to be a common room in a large building near the temple

    49. The legs that once propelled him across the steep inclines of Venezuelan mountain valleys and the jungles near Lake Maracaibo wobbled 62

    50. But they still wobbled and clunked on silent stone floors

    1. ’ I said, stunned by her fantastic head gear which towers a good foot above her head and wobbles most precariously every time she moves her head

    2. His chin wobbles

    3. The train car wobbles, throwing off my balance, and I put my hand down to steady myself

    4. Her voice wobbles, just a little, and she repeats herself, quietly this time

    5. the left in a burst of energy to get it moving and it wobbles

    6. With a few last rattles and wobbles, the wheel above them stopped moving

    7. globe that wobbles so

    8. This sent wobbles down the computer, through the chair, and onto the bed, shaking the mattress, which, in turn, shook the chair, computer, and herself more—a vicious cycle that if continued would lead to her fall

    9. with the funny eyes and the woman who’s always lifting loads of stuff and sort of wobbles cos she ain’t got a bra on

    10. In addition, the Mayans knew that once every 25,800 years, the Earth‘s axis wobbles slightly

    11. As his lips move, the skin on his face stretches and wobbles and the large lump in his throat slides up and down

    12. He enthusiastically wobbles his head as he tells me Gopal has called him to clock my time

    13. My brother gets up and wobbles his way over on unsteady legs, almost looking like he's sloshed too

    14. the way the earth wobbles

    15. Willie wobbles away from the painted rocks as the MP's

    16. It is the cyclic movements and axial wobbles of the Earth that changes the currently visible star

    17. The light hovers there another moment, as if allowing Werner to absorb their situation, then veers to the right and wobbles toward something nearby, and in the reflected light, through skeins of dust, Werner can see the huge silhouette of Volkheimer ducking and stumbling as he moves between hanging rebar and pipes

    18. A pot or pan, presumably knocked off its hook in the bombing, wobbles on the kitchen tiles

    19. Von Rumpel wobbles before the mighty cabinet

    20. The illusion wobbles and sloughs away

    21. The brakes let out a soft groan and Ciere wobbles to her feet, gently maneuvering around the other passengers to thud down the bus steps

    22. The menu wobbles, its screen quickly replaced with new options

    1. The old girl eventually retired, wobbling slightly as she went, and Annie returned to her own thinly proportioned bed on a promise to call round the next morning for coffee

    2. himself against it, standing but wobbling

    3. Hogan strode out towards the back of the monastery walls and Conradie puffed along next to him, his fat wobbling and rolling as he struggled to keep up with the tall, long legged marine

    4. “Miss Pringle saw a notice wobbling about the council office window, it had a drawing on it showing the route passing straight as an arrow from Mesapit, through Oakleigh woods across Mr

    5. loudly, wobbling the thin pair of old black knickers

    6. It started walking around in circles, with its head wobbling around, and he felt so fucking shitty after that one, he never did it again

    7. Without the first the second is directionless, wobbling first one way then another, toward a direction that it is ill prepared to perceive

    8. “Please,” says Susan, her lip wobbling

    9. was wobbling slightly with the vibration reminding Derek of a

    10. " She waved toward the wobbling Texans walking

    11. While admiring a crayoned drawing of stick figures with blue hair, Jesse noticed a nearby toddler wobbling across the floor in her direction

    12. My front left tooth was wobbling

    13. he stumbled down toward it as fast as his stiffly wobbling legs would allow

    14. When the sound became more persistent, Lorna looked up at the wheel wobbling above them but had to close her eyes from the glare of the sun

    15. fluorescent green handle, which was wobbling in the air between

    16. wobbling back and forth in the nauseous shadows, stuffing food

    17. look, wobbling precariously in the waves

    18. wobbling orbits of the planets, the spinning galaxies, in the

    19. But the Lilliputians didn"t mind the wobbling of

    20. In fact, the wobbling of faith in the Sprug and

    21. wobbling of faith and prices

    22. In fact, the wobbling of faith in the Sprug

    23. Is that so? You’ll take me up on that? You’re wobbling along quite contentedly and think that you can dream a dream that is larger than mine? Okay then, hit me with your best shot

    24. There I was, sitting like a duck with a wobbling head

    25. Penny tutted and got me a white wine, wobbling slightly as she returned

    26. Matthew noticed, from the corner of his eye that some had passed him, wobbling as they did so and placing one of their feet on the ground to stop them falling over

    27. While Steve’s legs stopped their wobbling he realised that Mike had saved his

    28. He pointed at Halirit with a wobbling finger, as the rest of his body did

    29. Telkit’s body was wobbling slightly but constantly as he tried his best to maintain his balance

    30. She saw his foot was still wobbling, and she took it upon herself to end his suffering

    31. She allowed more of her weight to rest on the computer, wobbling the chair, tilting it, causing it fall, but not onto Graisse

    32. hind feetor show a wobbling of the tail

    33. He found his hands were shaking, the glass wobbling

    34. I began to chuckle at the sight of Tanya’s fat bum wobbling about as she jogged across the lawn towards the helicopter hanger, which was concealed behind a small woodland grove

    35. Still, I see the gate wobbling against its

    36. They both watched the screen as the destroyer, while wobbling like a spinning top when it slows down, started to ascend toward the roof of the building

    37. In truth the wobbling was as much to do with the state of the wheels after thousands of kilometres, as their lack of balance

    38. Several soldiers closed in on him, and took it in turns to jab him in his wobbling buttocks with their swords, following the example which their leaders had set with the big trolless

    39. The setting sun’s reflection was languidly wobbling on the river’s ripples

    40. The invention prevents tables from wobbling

    41. This time the plane has taken off to the sky bending and wobbling

    42. The gun was still wobbling between the two men

    43. I stood slowly, wobbling a little, the distant thud of axe and wood telling me where Sebastian was

    44. Early the next morning a great orange sun cast long wobbling shadows behind the covered dray-cart caravan as it rattled along the track – a westerly road leading from the town of Geelong directly to Melbourne

    45. In the back of the wobbling cave, Caesar's silhouette turned to listen

    46. Didn't Aunt Dot think it was a great thing to know one's own mind? Instead of wobbling about, wasting one's thoughts and energies on side-shows?

    47. Larry was stunned, wobbling to stay on his feet

    48. ” Mack Starling, who had been laying into the seed as frantically as Flash that morning, was actually wobbling from being so full, saying he was going to sing out his other end pretty soon

    49. The cigar started wobbling in his mouth

    50. Shipra had been playing with her ear ring as if she was realizing her dream wobbling in her hand

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