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- v. move around in a circular motion
- v. center upon
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But the bulk of his case would revolve around a rookie mistake made by the kidnappers: using cell phones, and unencrypted ones at that.
This event will revolve around the Old Courthouse (celebrating its 100th anniversary) and an Old Fashion Street Party.
Breaking news: The world does not revolve around Reed Brennan.
Then he will feel thatin a universe where planets revolve around suns, and moons turn about planets, where force alone forever masters weakness, compelling it to be an obedientslave or else crushing it, there can be no special laws for man.
The seven stories herein range from the narratively straightforward to the highly experimental, but all revolve around the intersection of such godlings as Death, Dream, Desire, and Despair with various mortal characters.