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Jackson has a new nickname since his turbulent voyage across the bay, he said.
Still, social media can be a turbulent distribution channel, making for disrupted media plans.
Mindfulness apps are booming as stressed-out people tune in for help coping with a turbulent world.
“He guided our school system through some very turbulent times and he’s demonstrated a deep commitment to our students, our families, our staff and our community,” said Brenda Wolff, president of the school board.
Like many of the people who are now fighting over him, Captain America has had a turbulent start to 2021.
None of our experts – not one – expects politics anywhere to become less turbulent than it was pre-pandemic.
To say the first few weeks of vaccine delivery have been turbulent would be an understatement.
This week’s elections mark the formal finale to the turbulent 2020 election season more than two months after the rest of the nation finished voting.
This year’s holiday season is certain to be unlike any we’ve seen before, and everyone is expecting a turbulent time.
As a turbulent election season draws to a close, authorities across the country worry frustration may spill onto the streets and officials are watching for disturbances at the polls or protests in their communities.

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