sway

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sway

to rock, teeter, wobble, or swing back and forth.
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Plymouth (4-4-1-1) L McCormick 6' M Doumbe 6, M Seip 4, G Swayer 4 (L Nalis 61, 5), T Capaldi 5' D Norris 7, P Wotton 6, L Summerfield 6, D Djordjic 5 (H Aljofree 46, 5)' A Buzsaky 5 (C Samba 46, 5)' B Hayles 6
Gloucester City: K Swayer (B Lewis 55), M Green (N Mustoe 55), J Harris, O Barnes, T Hamblin, R O'Hara, M Rose (c), D Mullings, M Bryant, M Symons, T Parrinello.
While you'll hear echoes of Lucinda Williams on the tear-stained Country Song For The Dumped and Moll Cutpurse reveals their traditional English folk influences, the most obvious reference is the spare and spooked work of The Cowboy Junkies, coming through clearly on the eight minute Love Was A Boat and the irresistibly wonderful heartache swayer that is Carmel.
Justright Peer, perhaps drawn a bit wider than ideal in six, still looks a bigger danger than poorly-berthed Swayer Racing.