Absent a complete ban, or total irrationality, judges should simply step off the seesaw.
After months of seesaw battles in the Sahara Desert, Libya's rebels are now making their first serious push to Tripoli.
If the government infringes a protected right, one side of the seesaw goes in the air and the right is lifted and protected.
This is allowed to pass over till it dips like a seesaw, or falls into the stream below.
They are blame and guilt, and they are like the two ends of a seesaw.
Ware took the first two games, and Whitman got the following three, and then it was a seesaw until the twelfth.
He pressed him to end the seesaw policy of the last six months.
"Gay go up, and gay go down," she chanted, as the seesaw rose and fell with delightful springiness.
A heavy timber which they lifted from across his back, where it had lain like a seesaw, must have all but broken his spine.
Bunker Blue had made for the children a seesaw from a long plank put over a wooden sawhorse.
An early system on the IBM 701.
[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].