vacillation


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indecision in speech or action

changing location by moving back and forth

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Legislators said the parties who won a sizable number of seats on anti- BJP plank should respect the mandate given to them, shun vacillation and form a stable government, which could respond to the real and genuine aspirations of the people
In parallel, the activities of the CPG are paralyzed at the extraction, production and transportation in Um Larayes, while they are marked by vacillation and instability in the delegation of Redeyef following sit-ins and protests.
Or one could say it's about the protagonist's vacillation post-disappearance between Jaime, a hapless country bachelor, and the seductive innocent Eloisa.
So too with Aura--skillfully drawn, the essence of vacillation between her own real self and her possible incarnation of her aunt.
Iran, India and Pakistan held tripartite negotiations over the project, which was also known as "The Peace Pipeline," until New Delhi's vacillation caused Tehran and Islamabad to continue talks bilaterally.
Iran, India and Pakistan held tripartite negotiations over the project, which was also known as 'The Peace Pipeline,' until New Delhi's vacillation caused Tehran and Islamabad to continue talks bilaterally.
Even in a reasonably well-controlled [type 1] diabetic with an HbAlc of around 7% or less, there is [usually] a massive vacillation in insulin concentrations," said Dr.
In a Tuesday press release, the Committee said the EU's commitment to stopping Israeli settlement activity on Palestinian land in exchange for not prematurely recognizing a Palestinian state "helped create a new international climate" for peace in the face of "Israeli extremism" and "American vacillation.
This confusing 'pea-soup' of indecision, vacillation and disunity by the EU is beginning to create unnecessarily seismic waves of fear in international bond and money markets," said David Buik, markets analyst at BGC Partners.
Amid Lebanon's vacillation between the bad and the worse in terms of its crisis, Ahmadinejad's different discourses also reflect another vacillation: That between giving in to Tehran's influence in Baghdad after the former agreed with Washington over the choice of Nuri al-Maliki as Prime Minister- a choice that was also accepted by Damascus-, and the quest of other countries concerned by Iraq to improve the conditions of power sharing in a manner that better suits these countries' interests (Turkey, Egypt and Saudi Arabia).
The Lib-Dems' vacillation has had senior members of both Labour and Tory fuming.
More than a half century of permanent combat has taught our people that vacillation is synonymous with defeat," he said.
THE doubts of many electors about the political integrity and substance of David Cameron's "renewed" Conservative party can only have been reinforced by his vacillation over the issue of whether to offer UK voters a vote on the Lisbon Treaty.
Joanne is in the habit of mentally reviewing her disappointments and damaging episodes: her father is a distant figure her mother has resigned from family life and left the city after years of vacillation.
Or will they, looking at the results, hedge their bets and disingenuously attribute their vacillation to Jewish settlements on the West Bank?