Sentences with word «shaky»

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Alex Baptiste has grown into his role on the right this season after a very shaky start and there is every possibility he could do that on the left if given the chance but at the moment, it's not a comforting proposition.
SPORTS
Squillaci was extremely clumsy in his time at Arsenal, putting in multiple shaky performances in the league which saw him demoted to being a player only used in cup matches.
SPORTS
There is going to be evaluation being done at every other position pretty much, and if they have someone they like (Ullmark) I don't see them expending the capital to try and force a position battle, especially in such a shaky market.
SPORTS
The partnership would provide a ray of sunshine for the so-called «Buffalo Billion» revitalization project, which in addition to shaky financials has been mired in a corruption probe by US Attorney Preet Bharara that has reportedly entangled top officials in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office.
POLITICS
Phoenix's sharpened profile suggests a dazed hawk on a shaky tree branch, but Doc's hardly in the catbird seat: he's the classic patsy being fitted for a customized canary-in-a-coal-mine harness.
MOVIES & TV
We were late in the business and market cycle and the global economy looked shaky.
BUSINESS
Blaming the shaky world economic scenario won't help either, as the desktop is sliding faster into obscurity even when the economy is showing signs of bouncing back.
BOOKS
A new report card from the State Comptroller's Office lists three local school districts on shaky financial ground.
POLITICS
The opening stretch of «Philomena» is a little shaky in places — there are some big laughs, but it feels like Frears is still suffering from the same malaise that led to «Cheri» and «Lay The Favorite,» with the editing feeling wonky and Sixsmith's storyline taking a while to find its groove.
MOVIES & TV
But their sentry-boxes are shaky because both the doctrine of the counter-limits, from the one side, and that of the direct effects, on the other side, are not immune from ambiguities and logical weaknesses.
LAW
I don't know if it's just the last few minutes, but Zapata looks a bit shaky.
SPORTS
Mmm... still a little shaky over «Almost half of the respondents believed that stocks are insured against losses.»
MONEY
Falling incomes also help explain why consumer confidence remains shaky, three years after the recession ended in June 2009.
REAL_ESTATE
I'm equally impressed by his dedication to getting in shape... and also very touched that he drove me to Newcastle when I was too shaky to be behind the wheel.)
HOUSE & HOME
The children had started the day by writing one-word descriptions of their emotions on the classroom's whiteboard, completing the prompt, «Today I feel,» with words like «happy,» «love,» and «tired» in shaky penmanship.
EDUCATION
If you don't pay your card in full each month, shaky balances will keep adding up.
MONEY
One just wishes the scaffolding of indie tropes around Paul and the better parts of «Hellion» weren't so shaky.
MOVIES & TV
With Walcott dropped to the bench it will provide Wenger an option should Olivier Giroud be struggling to fire home, but with 18 goals in all competitions so far the Frenchman is really in the mood to take on a shaky Chelsea defence.
SPORTS
When people open their mouths, though, things get a little shaky.
GAMING
West's preemptive four-heart opening forced South to bid diamonds at the five level — a shaky limb — and East's ensuing penalty double might have collected a bundle against a slightly different hand.
SPORTS
Modern man in the midst of much that is shaky and uncertain wants confidence in something.
RELIGION
Although the drop in Brazil's vehicle deliveries last month was less than the 9.8 % decline in June, July's figures show continued turmoil in the region's leading market, where slowing economic growth and shaky consumer confidence have dampened sales.
AUTOMOBILES
From a quick look, the sea level fluctuations about the trend seem to correspond with ENSO, but I wouldn't want to conclude anything with my shaky stats.
ENVIRONMENT
Expect shaky, low contrast and grainy video, no matter what lighting condition you have.
TECHNOLOGY
Actually the calibration curve beyond the treering range (ca 12 000 BP) is very decidedly shaky.
ENVIRONMENT
After the first class the boys were generally happy but a bit shaky about the whole process.
PARENTING
Both modes worked well, but if your hands are shaky or the subject isn't well lit, Super Resolution photos come out blurry and grainy.
TECHNOLOGY
While Shkodran Mustafi and Mohamed Elneny were particularly guilty of a couple of shaky moments, the hosts could not capitalise, despite Ahmed Musa's pace again causing problems.
SPORTS
If it's shaky when you're done or there are any leftover pieces you're not quite sure what to do with, you missed or botched a step somewhere.
PARENTING
Another aspect of The Hunger Games that fans complained about was the use of «shaky cam» during the action sequences in the battle area.
MOVIES & TV
However, 1 -2 C degree colder winters in the NH would certainly blow the socks off their (highly confident) prediction of mild, snowless winters, which is already looking pretty shaky anyway.
ENVIRONMENT
Gwyneth Paltrow is visibly fighting a bug; she's shaky, she's sniffly, she's sweating and shivering at the same time.
MOVIES & TV
They looked a bit shaky in their last few matches but they seemed to recover and if they play at their usual level then they should have the upper hand here.
SPORTS
Mitchum returns in John Cromwell's shaky The Racket (1951)-- co-starring the lovely, heavy-lidded Lizabeth Scott — about an honest cop and an old school gangster who team up against a common foe.
MOVIES & TV
On the video side, the V20 taps into Steady Record 2.0, an electronic image stabilization technology that enlists the phone's gyroscope to smooth out videos taken with a shaky hand.
TECHNOLOGY
whwen I eat vegs I do not get these tremors / shaky.
HEALTH & FITNESS
The problem could be shaky finance companies selling or calling their paper.
MONEY
The first season is a little bit shaky.
MOVIES & TV
The principal reason they did not address the temperature empirical evidence, as represented in this plot of the data, is that any rational and objective explanation completely undercuts the shaky foundations of the CO2-AGW hypothesis.
ENVIRONMENT
(I've have episodes of reactive hypoglycemia so bad I was still shaky 6 hours later.)
HEALTH & FITNESS
In a letter to Harvard on Thursday, university President Drew Gilpin Faust said that the shaky state of the global economy — including the huge hits taken by Harvard's endowment — necessitated the pause.
SCIENCE
Add concerns about shaky markets abroad and throw in the predictions from some analysts that U.S. stocks could be headed for a major setback, and scaling back the stock holdings in your retirement accounts — if not bailing out of stocks completely — might have seemed a no-brainer way to avoid the coming carnage.
MONEY
My dad came in and expressed concern over how white and shaky I was, so my mom gave me some soup.
PARENTING
Plus, the U.S. looked a modest team with an ever-changing, shaky defence and a lack of a steely defensive midfield shield.
SPORTS
Our horses were a bit thin and shaky at times on the steep mountain trail, but the views were sublime.
TRAVEL
Real Madrid did get this season's Champions League campaign off to a winning start against the Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon this week, but it was a far from convincing performance that left all the pre-match talk about Los Blancos looking like a good bet to become the first club top retain the European Cup in the4 UCL era look a bit shaky.
SPORTS
The old liberal assumption that getting to know people will make for more positive attitudes toward them has proven to be empirically shaky at best.
RELIGION
But became shaky in the second half, due to their lack of technical skills.
SPORTS
Resurrecting the Champ is about the shaky ground upon which modern journalism stands and the relationship between fathers and sons.
MOVIES & TV
Now, I'm not about to abandon my admittedly shaky Christian principles, but I'm starting to wonder if maybe there is something to the Hindu belief in reincarnation; the idea that the soul of a living thing survives death to be reborn in a new body.
REAL_ESTATE
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