He managed a faint smile before wobbling and sliding to his knees.
Wobbling after the alcohol, she crossed the dining hall, hoping to find a way back to reality.
Pay attention to when and where you feel the wobbling.
Wobbling, she rose, familiar coldness replacing the alcoholic warmth inside her.
No bounce sports bras keep breasts from swinging, bouncing or wobbling during workouts and other physical activities.
I always had the movement, the wobbling around.
The biggest complaints about ceiling fan operation are wobbling and humming.
gybeme slick gybing practice will soon have the opposition wobbling at the knees.
wobble000, the first evidence of nuclear wobbling motion was reported by the Copenhagen group.
wobbleicks himself up after much wobbling and balancing and manages to get up the bridge and down the other side.
wobbleJones was last seen wobbling off up the hill into the darkness.
Ann Jones was last seen wobbling off up the hill into the darkness.
Nothing is less attractive than a woman all dressed up hobbling and wobbling.
Many women find that walking down a slope can be painful and standing or walking too much gets uncomfortable - you'll do some wobbling.
There's no wobbling, no faltering, and every cheerleader seems to hit a move on the exact count as if she's hitting something invisible.
In 2000, the first evidence of nuclear wobbling motion was reported by the Copenhagen group.
He picks himself up after much wobbling and balancing and manages to get up the bridge and down the other side.
wobbleways had the movement, the wobbling around.
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