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swing

the phase of gait when one leg is being moved, to support the body when it is next placed upon the ground. Also known as swing phase.

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Q. Hello my name is Nora. Years ago I was told I was bipolar and now am told I am suffering mood swings. Are not being bipolar and mood swings one of the same? This is my second time suffering depression and I have read that usually people do suffer two depressions in their life. Is this true? I was involved in an automobile accident way back in the 70's and had burr holes to relieve the pressure. I am now being told that it is common for people who suffer serious head injuries to have mood swings. True or false?

A. head trauma can alter personality, depends on the place of impact. there is a big difference between bipolar disorder and mood swings. although it look the same it's like walking vs. running, look the same but two very different states. and people can definitely experience acute depression once or twice in their life.

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But to those swinging the lead, you are a disgrace.
ALMATY EXPRESS, who has been swinging the lead of late, was coaxed back to form by Darryll Holland to record his tenth course win in the 5f handicap, the 6-1 shot beating Tyrannosaurus Rex by a length.
Now, I'm not naturally a suspicious bloke, but circumstances have made me think she might be swinging the lead a little.
Investing in employee health schemes and company doctors may be the way forward, but we have to hope that people are being fair with us rather than swinging the lead.
But on the other hand, we know loyal and hard-working employees don't like to see someone swinging the lead, and they want to see managers deal with it.
But hang on a minute: has Cabaye been swinging the lead, or is it convenient for Newcastle to leave him out because his head isn't right?
It's not like he is swinging the lead - but it is starting to get frustrating for everyone concerned.
It is not the case of someone who was swinging the lead and was caught out by going on TV.
THIS is the remarkable picture that reveals a benefit cheat is swinging the lead.
Of course, I was perfectly aware that they were swinging the lead but it was my word against theirs and who was I to argue?