On our opening night, we will meet firebrands from the tumult for democracy who talk with Christiane Amanpour.
After 30 years of tumult in Egypt, first under Gamal Abdel Nasser and then Anwar Sadat, Cairo became a known quantity.
In the tumult of history-making events, digital and social media may be the best means to take the pulse of the moment.
That period included the tumult of the U.S. leaving the gold standard, the oil shock, and the rise of inflation.
Jordan also became famous off the court, both for his gambling and for tumult in his personal life.
Then his words were lost in tumult, for the third day's fighting began.
In the darkness and tumult of this tropical tempest the vessels lost sight of each other.
But such large masses are not unsettled with impunity; a tumult like this is, in itself, a lively source of alarm.
It would be stating it mildly to say that the House was in a tumult.
In a few minutes the tumult of the advancing army was increased tenfold by the clamor of the city pouring out to meet it.