alternating

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(of a current) reversing direction

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occurring by turns

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Toad the Wet Sprocket (the name comes from a Monty Python sketch), an alternative rock band formed in 1986 and known for its alternatingly enthusiastic and haunting alternative rock, still gets together for reunions.
To observe the morphology with alternatingly layered structure in microlayered HDPE/PA6 membranes and the dispersion of PA6 phase in conventional blends, all the samples were quenched in liquid nitrogen for I h and then were cryofractured along the central plane of sample.
Color and gender lines are alternatingly acknowledged, denied, crossed, and dodged in fine Rust Belt tradition; it's a book mostly but not entirely about white boys, told mostly but not entirely by white men looking back.
And it was hard not to be impressed by the well-orchestrated grandeur of it all, even as the hum of activity seemed to wax and wane depending on the alternatingly enervated and exhausted state of the attendees, who thronged inside the convention center while a foot of snow fell outside Thursday night and all day Friday.
So began a very disconcerting pattern of alternatingly being the teacher's pet and feeling like her whipping boy--without any understanding of what lay behind it.
Moreover, both parties to a conflict are consistently and alternatingly attacking parties.
Having no meetings to attend, I spent the next two days alternatingly online, trying to find a flight home, and on line at Rome's Scuderie Papali al Quirinale museum, trying to see an unprecedented collection of the great renaissance artist Caravaggio.
Fidel here is alternatingly calculating, profane, narcissistic, bloodthirsty, evasive and unforgiving.
A teen cast that has every stereotypical type--the perky leader, best-friend jock, chubby sidekick and alternatingly dejected and up-by-the-bootstraps heroine.
In a playful standoff, each claims the "I," seeing alternatingly fences and tethers, limits and yoke; milk and honey, highways and byways.
It involved making a long list and alternatingly adding an item.
In psychology and psychological interpretations of literature, ambivalence denotes the mental or emotional situation in which someone entertains, simultaneously or alternatingly, opposed attitudes, feelings, or sets of values.
Initially, both the manual and the speech channel alternatingly convey propositional information.
What he captures is alternatingly hilarious and frightening, from theories of intergalactic Bush administration conspiracies to rank anti-Semitism displayed in the guise of peace.
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