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Medics say it increases the likelihood of mothers dying in labour, while macrosomic babies with see-sawing blood levels will have to be weaned off sugar dependency.
The market has been see-sawing with very little turnover," said Osama Mourad of Arab Finance Brokerage.
Fish won the third set tiebreaker 7-3 in bright afternoon sunshine, sealing victory with his seventh ace of the match after a see-sawing contest lasting two hours 11
In 2009 it was a see-sawing series, and there's no reason to expect this one not to be.
The dance towards the title sees the contenders see-sawing up and down, although Mark is still holding onto a slight lead," Alonso said.
A sensational see-sawing game at Bunker Hill eventually went the way of the hosts to provide Philadelphia with their first win of the season in the Durham Senior League, writes CHRIS WEST.
A novelty in the show is Shipa Gupta's singing and see-sawing microphones, titled In Our Time, which deal with the speeches made on the eve of Indian independence, and talk of failed promises and botched aspirations.
KUWAIT, Nov 24 (KUNA) -- Oil experts said that oil prices see-sawing
61 after see-sawing in and out of negative territory.
It's see-sawing because the cars are sensitive and we have different track temperatures.
You may have found yourself see-sawing this month, between being focused on the practicalities of earning a living or being swept away into a dreamier and more ethereal space.
LEWIS Hamilton was rendered almost speechless twice within a matter of hours - but for startlingly different reasons on another day of see-sawing emotions.
Dubai: Although UAE markets were see-sawing during the first quarter, some UAE-focused funds managed to buck the trend and emerge as some of the region's best-performing funds during the period.
Tuesday's see-sawing quarter-final was still in the balance after the pair split the first two sets and were level at 4-4 in the third when Safina got the decisive break off a Dokic error then served out the match.
Heightened volatility continued in banking yesterday with Barclays and Royal Bank of Scotland shares see-sawing in another tough session.