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To Levitt and Dubner, this historical turnabout teaches that technological innovation solves problems, and if it creates new problems, innovation will solve those, too.
DID CARS RESCUE OUR CITIES FROM HORSES? - ISSUE 108: CHANGEBRANDON KEIMNOVEMBER 10, 2021NAUTILUS
That’s quite a turnabout from recent all-time highs for both.
THE TECHNOLOGY SELLOFF IS GETTING TO BE SOMEWHAT MATERIALALEX WILHELMMARCH 5, 2021TECHCRUNCH
The incredible turnabout of Martin Drengo, the attack on David, who was killed, but somehow was not dead.
INFINITE INTRUDERALAN EDWARD NOURSE
That is—until there was a question of turnabout being fair play in a world where natives took their skinning literally!
SKIN GAMECHARLES E. FRITCH
Turnabout may not always be fair play in the gulfs between the stars.
NO HIDING PLACERICHARD R. SMITH
In the course of its fighting the monster may have to turnabout.
WAR AND THE FUTUREH. G. WELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO TURNABOUT

  • adversity
  • affliction
  • bath
  • blow
  • catastrophe
  • check
  • defeat
  • disappointment
  • hardship
  • misadventure
  • misfortune
  • mishap
  • repulse
  • reversal
  • setback
  • trial
  • turnabout
  • vanquishment
  • vicissitude
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