News about the reversal of the early voting and provisional ballot laws came not a moment too soon, experts say.
In the past year, the labor force has actually grown by nearly 700,000, a reversal of a troubling trend.
Paul suggested that this reversal by Cheney was the result of a desire to enrich his former employers at Haliburton.
The reversal of fortune is not just limited to the number of roles offered to women of color but the type of roles as well.
Olafson wants to see a reversal too, albeit with a different motivation.
He was not released until the accession of Mary, parliament restoring his dukedom on his petition for reversal of the attainder.
In the case of the world, the perturbation is very slight, and amounts only to a reversal of motion.
It must be supposed to have been just, or it could not have had the divine sanction, and if so, a reversal of it would be unjust.
This reversal is pregnant with a new outlook for statecraft.
It has its humorous phases—this reversal of social habit in me, but it also has wide significance.
reversal re·ver·sal (rĭ-vûr'səl)
A change to an opposite condition, direction, or position.
A condition in which an individual has difficulty distinguishing the lowercase printed or written characters of particular letters: p from q; g or b from d; or s from z.
The change of an emotion into its opposite, as from love into hate.