Gottlieb rode his wavering bicycle to the laboratory.
Angus was one of the few who knew without wavering precisely what he was going to do: after his internship he was to join the celebrated Chicago clinic headed by Dr. Rouncefield, the eminent abdominal surgeon.
Martin wavered back to his room, dazzled by the view of a department of his own, assistants, a cheering world—and ten thousand a year.
…interested in it, and now, in his laboratory, he removed his military blouse, looked down to the lights on the blue-black river, smoked a little, thought what a dog he was not to be gentler to Leora, and damned Bert Tozer and Pickerbaugh and Tubbs and anybody else who was handy to his memory before he absent-mindedly wavered to the incubator, and found that the flask, in which there should have been a perceptible cloudy growth, had no longer any signs of bacteria—of staphylococci.
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Through good times and bad her love for him has never wavered.
We are looking for someone who won’t waver when things get tough.