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History The custom of touching glasses is often believed to have evolved from concerns about poisoning, since clinking glasses together would cause each drink to spill over into the others.

The exposition shifts from the tonic to the relative major (E-flat major),
walk, and nick-name God's creatures.' Ghosts pop up from behind tombstones, a king and queen balance on a teeter-totter, a young princess swings back and forth from a tree branch, and a hellhound growls from behind them.

Totter around on high heels! He sings, and you totter out to send a night-letter to your mother." Any microorganisms on kids' hands get spread to the monkey bars, the slide, the teeter totter, etc. where other children can pick them up.

Banks would totter dangerously, interest rates would quickly climb and companies would go bankrupt.

Dan Hicks, Moncton's director of operations for parks and leisure services, says one of the key features is a massive teeter-totter made from a log.

Remember the teeter-totter? Small children escape from their baths and run across the terrain, the dust they kick up clinging steadfastly to their naked, wet bodies as they totter along, their mothers trailing behind them, calling out greetings.

"There is an above-ground gas line which the kids put a board on and use as a teeter totter.

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