- n. Plural form of turmoil.
“As a fallout of the turmoils in Andhra Pradesh, J.P. Morgan slashed the company's target price to 200 rupees from 550 rupees while maintaining an underweight call, sending its shares to a record low of 330.65 rupees on the Bombay Stock Exchange.”
“There are many dynamics in place in these countries that contribute to the current turmoils and unrest, he said.”
“Not sure if it's for selfish reasons or the desire to turn someone on to this mystical journey that washes away the turmoils of the humdrum struggle of existence.”
“Photography, the medium that could most quickly draw us in to the turmoils of these megalopolises, is therefore the most guilty for keeping us from them.”
“Unfortunately, the recent turmoils in Gabon, Mauritania and Madagascar have made Francafrique feel very real to African bloggers and citizens.”
“I arrived in my head at a sort of radical, independent socialist position," he says, "which, through all the turmoils of the years since, I've basically retained.”
“China has lots of problems and there are certainly political turmoils ahead, but probably they are not ones that Americans would think of.”
“He also called me a “goth man”, haha… Anyhow, he wrote me that he wanted to create “a robot who is terminating all quarms and turmoils that he has in life by steadily cruise controlling tranquil barren land.””
“Regardless of our turmoils the US is not a fading power to say it is is without logic.”
“There was a curious peace in this day, a sense of things working quietly in their proper courses, nothing minding the upsets and turmoils of human concerns.”
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