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“Vacillation yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Vacillation'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: A simple daily task like reading the news becomes a scathing bloody drag across the conscience.”
“The core followers embark on a search for equilibrium of the soul through a re-reading of Yeats's poetry, especially Vacillation.”
“The last entry is over two months old, but in it Couhig sees fit to attack Mitch Landrieu, calling him the "Prince of Vacillation" because Mitch freezes "at the very time bold leadership is required".”
“Let's take a look at what the frozen "Prince of Vacillation" has been doing while da Mayor has been travelling and fundraising and complaining and not controlling crime and hampering the Redevelopment Authority:”
““The Elsinore Vacillation,” he replied — and I find I must stress this — in no more time than I have given you.”
“Vacillation of purpose was not at all unusual in her experience of her master.”
“Vacillation prevented criticism, and we had to try the experiment again and again before we could arrive at the necessary equipose to indicate the right direction of taste and opinion.”
“Vacillation would presently drive the Congregation to such a pitch of distrust that they would break with England in despair; whereas the primary object of interference had been to make sure of a powerful party which would be inevitably committed to forwarding Elizabeth's interests.”
“Vacillation, indecision, fitful outbursts of unhealthy activity followed by cowardly depression, selfish cruelty, and criminal weakness are characteristic of the public life of Greece from the struggle with Macedonia to the final conquest by the arms of Rome.”
“Vacillation, or fear, or incertitude, or indecision, were strangers to whom he would never be introduced.”
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