- v. present participle of torque.
“Except with a kind of torquing power that had Chinese grandmasters looking at him and shaking their heads, I kid you not.”
“One might conclude that the news staff is, to be generous, "torquing" the story.”
“Each module will offer a close-up view of a specific skill, such as torquing large bolts, he said.”
“Mr. Serra b. 1938 has long been a master at twisting and torquing large, flat, leaning steel plates into mazelike journeys, intimate and epic.”
“Election Day is one week away, torquing up partisan disputes in the workplace.”
“Here is a list of bolts you should be touching, tightening, and torquing on a regular basis:”
“Inspired by the sculpture of Richard Serra -- his large, mysterious torquing metal ellipses -- the Cradle supports much of the roof.”
“The US for its part needs those precious liquid fuels too, and China's torquing of global climate rings the dread tocsin in the American bell tower.”
“The strange torquing forms are still there, but they don't inhabit the city like alien sculptural objects.”
“I could call my youth miserable, or happy, and either would leave holes in the narrative -- something Stewart's comrade Stephen Colbert calls "truthiness", when it's politicians and oil companies doing the story-torquing.”
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