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zigzaguear
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  • La moto zigzagueó unos metros antes de caer aparatosamente.
  • Repentinamente, empezaron a zigzaguear, se preguntó si siempre hacían eso.
  • Las democracias jóvenes debieron zigzaguear entre la búsqueda de justicia y las presiones militares, que ya no tenían el apoyo externo de antaño.

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