vacillate sätze

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Vacillate sätze (in englisch)

1. No longer would the country vacillate about what to do if.
2. But in moments like this, the things which one sees vacillate and are precipitated, and one pauses for nothing.
3. Do not vacillate because without maintaining your purpose, more difficulty can arise because of your mixed signals.
4. Silence was bliss, was the summation of every force and vitality known to the universal mind, but the inevitably subtle tonal difference within the quietude, as with the spectral shades of the void, caused Smith to vacillate.
5. You may convince yourself that you were never stupid or coarse or ignorant but one day you reread your seventh-grade diary and rediscover the person who one day becomes you, and you vacillate between wanting to hug this unfinished, confused stranger and wanting to shake some damn sense into her.

1. Q: My mind is weak and vacillating.
2. The five adults were non-believers, Sasa and Alexanthros vacillating, and baby Iason had not yet expressed his convictions.
3. For her restless and vacillating husband—he was this in her eyes as she mused—she had discovered nothing new in six years.
4. You who have professed entrance into the kingdom of heaven are altogether too vacillating and indefinite in your teaching conduct.
5. Her resolve, however, had been taken, and it seemed vacillating even to childishness to abandon it now, unless for graver reasons.
6. My mother was the first to dare the fashion show in our conservative, barely rousing, still vacillating, revolution-gripped country.
7. Instead of the customary tormented soul vacillating between noble urges and amoral lust for power, Alwyn demanded that my Macbeth be pure evil.
8. On some sweltering summer noons, Cecy would live in an amoeba, darting, vacillating, deep in the old tired philosophical dark waters of a kitchen well.
9. On some sweltering summer noons, Cecy would live in an amoeba, darting, vacillating, deep in the old tired, philosophical dark waters of a kitchen well.
10. She had developed a severe cough and was in and out of consciousness, her body vacillating between freezing and quivering, and profuse bouts of sweating.
11. Always he has been vacillating in his commitment to the stars and gods of Lammas, preferring the clarity of war and known plans to the mysteries Simon has clung to.
12. Very well; I hope you feel the content you express: at any rate, your good sense will tell you that it is too soon yet to yield to the vacillating fears of Lot’s wife.
13. Oh, it must have been the young man, certainly, for he was strong and industrious, while the abbe was aged and weak; besides, his mind was too vacillating to allow him to carry out an idea.
14. And in various parts of Russia others are found who, as if by a concerted plan, imitate his example, and in every case the action of the government is undecided, vacillating, and underhanded.
15. Round the samovar and the hostess the conversation had been meanwhile vacillating in just the same way between three inevitable topics: the latest piece of public news, the theater, and scandal.
16. Some of them are taking on new responsibilities and are equipped with sufficient energy and imagination to drive forward unhampered by the restraining influences that reduced them previously to vacillating insecurity.
17. While Nehru’s foolhardy in taking the Kashmir issue all the way to the United Nations and his credulity of a plebiscite pledge therein, it was Patel, who had coerced the recalcitrant Nizam and other vacillating Rajas, into the Union of India.
18. Even though the majority of people have no significant investment in the day to day stock changes, they still derive a certain sense of their own financial well-being and potential wealth in regards to the constantly vacillating 24/7 world markets.
19. Tell me, for God’s sake, what will Russia, our mother Russia, say to our being so frightened, and why are we abandoning our good and gallant Fatherland to such rabble and implanting feelings of hatred and shame in all our subjects? What are we scared at and of whom are we afraid? I am not to blame that the Minister is vacillating, a coward, dense, dilatory, and has all bad qualities.
20. It is easy to say that Pilate is a weak, vacillating man,.
1. Ralph remained quiet while she vacillated.
2. That was why she had vacillated for so many years.
3. Captain Hawes vacillated a moment and then asked, What.
4. He panicked as he vacillated between belief and disbelief… regarding Sophia’s possible fall into the cliff.
5. Would Cousin Harry keep answering the phone? I vacillated a few days about calling again but in the end, I thought, what the hell, give it a try.
6. However, a significant development occurred, Hitler vacillated on the drive to Moscow, declaring that it was:- merely a geographic expression.
7. Had Soren really left for good? Her mind vacillated between being concerned that he would never return and also thinking that she might be overreacting.
8. This had even proved easier for him than for Romeo; Romeo was obliged to scale a wall, Marius had only to use a little force on one of the bars of the decrepit gate which vacillated in its rusty recess, after the fashion of old people's teeth.
1. In times of upheaval and social crisis, the explosion of the daimonic in art vacillates between poiesis ex machina – creation out of the social apparatus, and the phoenix ex apocalypse – creation from the destruction of the old.

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