Nothing short of an encounter with the risen Christ has remotely explained his major about-face.
After saying the ward would not be closed health bosses then did an about-face.
Nevertheless, the present south Korean authorities made about-face to our sincerity and concocted the " sunshine policy " .
The philosophy of ' getting more ' is one which Graeme Chalklin likes to turn about-face, and direct toward his suppliers.
That would be an admission that Airbus ' strategy is seriously flawed and needs a radical about-face.
Such an about-face into timelessness is not extraneous to Hegel's dialectics and philosophy of history.
Weight lifting represents an about-face of the cerebral activity that your job may demand.
His attitude toward her did an about face so obvious that even Jonathan noticed.
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