“Libertarians and authoritarians have long argued over the role of government in straddling this distinction.”
“Hicks almost succeeds in straddling the two, blending in some smart generational satire.”
“Yes, we have taxation without representation, and to sit idly by and let our Dem ‘representatives’ get away with fence-straddling is not an option for me.”
“Under U.S. leadership we now have a new treaty which protects some of our most endangered fish; those are fish that migrate between various countries and parts of the world -- they're called straddling stocks.”
“Based upon a High Resolution Airborne Magnetic ( "HRAM") and Gravity survey that was acquired and interpreted by InterOil in 2006-2007 in PPL 237, an anomaly similar to that defining the recent 8 TCF Elk/Antelope reef discovery (approximately 60km due east) has been identified as straddling the boundaries of these two adjoining PPLs.”
“Many lists include all sorts of things that are purely optional and only occur when a person is "straddling".”
“He's kind of straddling the lines between alligator, lizard, and dinosaur, too.”
“I think the images with her dad where she ` s looking into his eyes like he ` s some boyfriend like they ` re kind of straddling each other - I think those are a little more creepy for me.”
“I think that the way Mike Huckabee has been kind of straddling the whole issue whether -- he did not answer directly whether he thought Mormonism was a cult.”
“If that was not your intent, perhaps you might want to swap out "straddling" for j"juggling" or some such ledd-evocative word.”
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