switcheroo :

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  • n  a sudden unexpected switch

  • The switcheroo is true to history: the killers and would-be killers of Presidents usually did so out of private grief or deranged rage.
  • I'm figuring some Oscar voters will not forgive this movie for its ultimate switcheroo: the deflation at the climax of what had been the year's tautest, most involving chase film.
  • It turns out all sorts of people have played switcheroo with their careers, abandoning longtime and extremely successful work to do something completely else.
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  • Report: John Tortorella Interviews With Canucks, Alain Vigneault Speaks With Rangers
    A head coaching switcheroo of sorts may be in the works in the NHL, and Bruins fans are very familiar with both coaches involved. Former New York Rangers coach John Tortorella interviewed about the Vancouver Canucks’ coaching vacancy on Tuesday, Katie Strang of ESPN.com reports, while the Rangers spoke with former Canucks boss Alain Vigneault about […]
    June 12, 2013 - New England Sports Network

  • Search Engine Land in Brafton
    Greg Sterling of Search Engine Land says that "this switcheroo of the T-Mobile 'default' relationship doesn't necessarily help Google or harm Yahoo in a major way. There will be some incremental loss or gain (depending on which company we're talking...
  • Martin Indyk in New York Times
    The Saudis did a switcheroo,said Martin Indyk, the United States ambassador to Israel in the Clinton administration. "The US views the Middle East as a battle between the moderates against the Iranian-led extremists. But our regional...
  • Steve Jobs in CNNMoney.com
    The switcheroo was Larry's idea,wrote Fake Steve Jobs last September, when the move was announced. "Now that the feds are circling again he says I need some bad-ass mofo leading my team, not some namby-pamby Valley type. 'I want you to...

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