from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Suspended by one's self or by itself; balanced.
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Somewhere in the mass of people, out of the eye of the media and definitely not on the podium with Mbeki, was self-suspended ANC deputy president Jacob Zuma.
The sun had set, but we saw its reflection beautifully on one side of the balloon, so that it looked like a globe half ice, half fire, or half moon, half sun, self-suspended in the air.
Page 325 seemed passively waiting the event; and the constituted authorities appeared to be self-suspended from their functions till the droit des plus fort (270) should ascertain who were their masters.