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  • v. Present participle of tergiversate.

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  • E.g., much has been made of Obama's cultural sensitivity applied to his communications with Iran, but beneath that culturally sensitive gloss or facade is a certain appeasement, a certain tergiversating quality - a certain incoherence and, seemingly, a level of incomprehension.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • This is why Durban II should receive a resolute, an unambiguous volte face - not a tergiversating, lukewarm reception cum critical review, which very ambiguity itself has long been the bane of diplomacy and discussions and relationships in general in this theater. elixelx

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • At any rate, whatever your motivations are, you are still tergiversating, since the most direct response to another person whom one disagrees with is to state what is factually wrong with their position, which you have now repeatedly avoided doing.

    The Varieties of Crackpot Experience

  • Ignoring the inevitable, tergiversating and equivocating have too often characterized the policies of the Big

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  • Yet the custom of bundling has never been held to be a result of copying the similar Dutch "queesting," which in Holland met with the sanction of the most circumspect Dutch parents; and tergiversating Diedrich

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England

  • And a special vote of gratitude to those deluded Illinois voters who are responsible for using their suffrage to help put this tergiversating trio in charge of the Land of Lincoln, from which businesses can expect little in the way of a positive climate in which to conduct their affairs.

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  • But will Obama's tergiversating surge meet the standard of Bush's bold surge?

    No Left Turns

  • Ignoring the inevitable, tergiversating and equivocating have too often characterized the policies of the Big Powers - the kind of behaviour that turned the Balkan into the morass that it is today.

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