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1. a plank balanced in the middle so that two people seated on the ends can ride up and down by pushing on the ground with their feet
2. the pastime of riding up and down on a seesaw
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An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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Unfortunately, the Murkowski administration has aided and abetted the industry by making it nearly impossible for C-SAW to get the CSBI on the ballot.
C-SAW, with the help of Bluewater Network, is spearheading the passage of an initiative in Alaska to address many of these issues.
Take action: C-SAW's "The Mixing Zone Manual--How to Stop the Dilution Solution," is downloadable from the C-SAW and Clean Water Network websites.
C-SAW staff recently traveled to Puerto Rico to meet with members of Centro de Accion Ambiental (Environmental Action Center) and help fight a mixing zone for a municipal sewage treatment plant in the coastal town of Barceloneta that launders nearly 4 million pounds of toxic organic solvents and other pharmaceutical manufacturing wastes every year.
In response to strong criticism from C-SAW and other NGO's, the EPA, the Department of Justice, and the Governor's office, Murkowksi agreed to rewrite the bill.
The Campaign to Safeguard America's Waters (C-SAW) started getting calls on May 29, when residents of Haines, Alaska, spotted a mass of white foam drifting ashore from the direction of the Celebrity Cruise Line ship Galaxy.
"They're regulated under antiquated Coast Guard rules," C-SAW's Gershon Cohen told the Alaska Daily News.
Campaign to Safeguard America's Waters (C-SAW) Gershon Cohen,* John Stonich.