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It's been touch and go for most of the past two months, but the Braves' dynasty's other Jones did squeak through with 31 votes, 10 more than needed to maintain his eligibility.
However, with the Portugal captain training on his own at Los Blancos' training headquarters, his inclusion in Zidane's match day squad for the contest against Barcelona is touch and go at present.
While progress on the bill has at times been touch and go, the measure got a huge shot of momentum Friday when Republican Sens.
As Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa tells CBR.com, things with Black Hood were touch and go at the beginning.
The Raptor was damaged on May 31, 2012, when a trainee pilot was conducting touch and go landings at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida.
His shooting—while touch and go—offers just enough tug on the defense to keep things moving at all times.
From the outside, Humm's accomplishments at Eleven Madison Park may seem to have been written in the stars, but the reality is that his early years in the kitchen were nightmarishly touch and go.
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TOUCH-AND-GO Defined for English Language Learners
touch and go
Definition of touch and go for English Language Learners
—used to describe a situation in which no one is sure what will happen and there is a chance that the result will be bad
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