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That’s quite a turnabout from recent all-time highs for both.The technology selloff is getting to be somewhat material|Alex Wilhelm|March 5, 2021|TechCrunch
Even Michele Bachmann recently made an abrupt turnabout on the issue, declaring it a settled question.
The recent turnabout is, ironically, a bit awkward for some of Obama's backers in the political press.
The incredible turnabout of Martin Drengo, the attack on David, who was killed, but somehow was not dead.Infinite Intruder|Alan Edward Nourse
That is—until there was a question of turnabout being fair play in a world where natives took their skinning literally!Skin Game|Charles E. Fritch
Turnabout may not always be fair play in the gulfs between the stars.No Hiding Place|Richard R. Smith
In the course of its fighting the monster may have to turnabout.War and the Future|H. G. Wells