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seesaw

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

SEESAW

(language)
An early system on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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The album Seesaw rose to number 8 on the Billboard Top Independent Album Chart.
Then the rate you're earning on your deposit is zero so that end of the seesaw is up in the air, because it has no weight then you should get rid of the debt by clearing it and level out the seesaw.
Seesaw is a digital portfolio and learning journal tool available as an app for iPads.
The free-access option allows an individual teacher to have up to ten active classes, and each class can have up to two active teachers; this makes Seesaw particularly effective for co-teaching situations.
More specifically, the researchers made an intriguing finding for the years 1998-2012 in which the seesaw index indicated higher sea levels in the western Pacific than in the eastern Pacific.
has signed long-term tenant agreements with Cycle Bar, Linwood Wine & Liquor and Seesaw.
Until March 27, the museum will be staging performances of the Broadway play Two for the Seesaw written by American playwright and novelist William Gibson.
On one side of the seesaw, is the yield and the other capital growth.
Indestructible You" reveals the way to step down from the eternal seesaw and build an unbreakable self, a self that remains fearless and strong no matter what life throws at you.
Seesaw word ladders are ladders that alternate or seesaw between lists of transpositions (anagrams) of just two words (or alphomes) that differ by a single letter (ie, word stools: 02-288).
The seesaw is light enough to move around so, if one area of your lawn is becoming worn, just relocate it to another spot.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): A new research shows why people find it hard to follow Government guidelines to cut their fat and sugars intake at the same time - a phenomenon known as the sugar-fat seesaw.