turbulence begins, and the only thing in the world we want is to not be on this damn plane.
But there is turbulence that neither radar nor pilots can see—clear air turbulence.
There is also the vital and complex relationship with China during a time of turbulence and transition.
However violent the turbulence, the result should have been a rough ride for a few minutes, not a plunge to an ocean grave.
I saw two fold-out seats used by flight attendants during takeoff, landing and turbulence.
It is near two thousand years since it has been observed that these devices of ambition, avarice, and turbulence were antiquated.
In the midst of these scenes of turbulence and bloodshed was Constance born, in the year 1164.
The light of day served, if not to dissipate, at least to sober, the turbulence and fervor of the preceding night.
His tastes were not for the violence and turbulence of the popular house.
Lower down the gorge narrows, and the rapidity and turbulence increase.