Paul pivoted off his filibuster by reprising its theme: “My question was whether presidential power has limits.”
Perry pivoted off a question from host Anderson Cooper about the state of health care in Texas to talk about border security.
The last time America pivoted to Asia was on December 7, 1941, when Japan attacked the U.S. fleet at Pearl Harbor.
She pivoted to slam the "lame stream media," hitting the "sock puppets" on "MS-LSD" for their biased coverage.
She did acknowledge that, um, Obama won the election in November, but then pivoted to a lame teleprompter joke.
The fulcrum lever is pivoted at c, and has an iron plate at e, and suspends a weight at its end which serves to put on the feed.
A is provided with a slot carrying a pin, X, on which is pivoted the rod, R.
His whole soul was pivoted on that great central organ, the stomach.
Round behind Teutoberg he pivoted—a wrestling trick he had learned as a boy.
Bob pivoted mechanically and moved forward in step with MacIlvaine.
1610s, from French pivot, from Old French pivot "hinge pin, pivot" (12c.), also "penis," of uncertain origin. Figurative sense of "central point" is recorded from 1813.
by 1841, from French pivoter and from pivot (n). Related: Pivoted; pivoting.