stagger


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astound

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to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

to be irresolute in acting or doing

to overwhelm with surprise, wonder, or bewilderment

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an unsteady uneven gait

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walk as if unable to control one's movements

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walk with great difficulty

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to arrange in a systematic order

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astound or overwhelm, as with shock

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Stagger Lee, meanwhile--that "bad man"--will no doubt survive us all.
a) Screw stagger b) Percent channel filled c) rpm d) Diameter of the screw
In order to give a clear view of different aspect of this problem, we interpret the results in terms of the investigated parameters, namely, screw stagger, percentage of channels filled, screw rpm, and screw diameter.
Along with Sean Cottle on bass and Emile Bourbeau on drums, 7 Minute Stagger features a heavy rhythm section.
If the option doesn't materialize, 4 will cut into the dotted circle to set a stagger screen with 2.
We can tell they will never disappoint because they have a keenly felt mission, and they state it thus: "7 Minute Stagger is now poised on the brink of creating a new movement within the deeply rooted Massachusetts metal scene.
He will scrape off the stagger screen and cut toward the basket, looking for the ball.
But, watched by the amazed officers, he continued to stagger about for another 20 minutes.
I laugh at the build up of my mate staggering down the street, he staggers into the old man and I laugh at the way he goes down slow, it's childish I agree but with no malice or intent.
Whitney Lee Staggers and William Michael Thompson II were united in marriage at half past five o'clock in the evening on December 4, 2010, at First United Methodist Church in Starkville.
In response, Congress passed the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976 and the Staggers Rail Act of 1980.
This SATA feature staggers the spin-up to lower the load on the power supply.
So ridiculously powerful is the suete that as Michel staggers (and I mean staggers) around in the wind, we're convinced that he's got to be pretending, or at least exaggerating.
FARMERS have been warned of the danger of grass staggers for spring calving suckler herds.