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  • Unsteady, muffled footsteps shuffled down the carpeted landing outside the bedroom.

    Black Magic

  • Unsteady with drink, he staggered backward into one of his companions.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Unsteady, David moved toward the man-sized crack in the wall, cringing slightly.

    The After Wife

  • Unsteady, crying freely, Daniela turned to the door without a glance back.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • Unsteady financial markets and policyholders 'waning risk appetite have hit premium and capital levels of insurers world-wide, sending share prices down and causing some, such as Aegon, to seek state aid, although most insurers fared better than their banking counterparts during the crisis.

    Aegon Plans to Raise Capital as It Swings to a Loss

  • Unsteady Times, Steady Hands Mr. Hands was a rare optimist at the conference.

    This year, many unhappy SuperReturns

  • Unsteady in such matters, Bush the Elder had to have his press secretary carry around a notecard reminding him of the current prices for a dozen eggs and a quart of milk.

    A Dynasty's Dilemma

  • Smith, along with Philip A. Klinkner, is author of the book, "The Unsteady March: The Rise and Decline of Racial Equality in America," which was published in 1999.

    Laura J. Mansfield: The Impact Of Obama's Speech: A Pennsylvania Political Expert Weighs In

  • Drop of 1.7% Shows Mortgage Market Still Is Unsteady Home prices are falling faster as the economy slows and turmoil in the mortgage markets continues.

    Home-Price Declines Accelerate

  • "Space Diary" is in three parts: "Unsteady Space," "Crossing" and "Wind, Rain and Water," the last created by artistic director Wang Yuanyuan, one of the company's founders.

    Time Off

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