The war's end, however, set in motion an economic tailspin that lasted for the next half-century.
The war 's end, however, set in motion an economic tailspin that lasted for the next half-century.
The mere thought of divorce can send everyone involved into a tailspin.
Look out for the red shell, because it'll knock your character into a tailspin!
The reveal sent Bo into a tailspin and created storyline fodder for years to come.
When Jack learned the truth, that he was Billy Johnson and that Steve was his brother, it sent him into a tailspin.
Grayson's Anatomy - The season finale finds Deb/Jane ready to make some changes in her life, but Grayson's revelation that he's dreaming about her and a secret husband appearing for Jane sends her into a tailspin.
The season ender also revealed that Jane had a secret husband no one knew about.The second season ended on a shocker that sent fans of the cable series into a tailspin.
Eggs' death left Tara in a tailspin and out of control.
When people expect perfection from themselves, often one little slip-up sends them into a tailspin and back to the old eating habits with a "what's the use" mentality.
In 1947, Garland's career at MGM started to go into a tailspin.
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