- n a decision to reverse an earlier decision
- n turning in the opposite direction
- This is a welcome turnabout for the church.
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- Obama to speak at Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
President Barack Obama will speak June 19 at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany, the White House announced Wednesday—a major turnabout for Obama, whose plans to speak at the landmark were rejected during his 2008 presidential campaign. "President Obama will speak about the deep and enduring bonds between the United States and Germany, the vital [...]
June 5, 2013 - The Ticket via Yahoo! News
- Oscar Arias in Baku Today
This is not an ideological or geopolitical turnabout,said Arias, adding that the agreement to establish ties was signed in Beijing on June 1 during a visit by Foreign Minister Bruno Stagno and Finance Minister Guillermo Zuniga.
- Chipper Jones in MLB.com
We caught a team when they were down,said Jones. "A perfect example is them against us last year. You think you're better than them, but they caught us at the right time twice last year and beat us six out of seven. So turnabout is fair...
- Dusty Baker in Montreal Expos
What Neifi did to us, we did to them [Wednesday],Baker said. "I guess turnabout is fair play. You hate to lose a series in that fashion. We've just got to come back to the drawing board against St. Louis."