And, in the wake of the Times piece, the yoga universe is roiled.
The country has been roiled by a series of serious cultural and religious transgressions at the hands of U.S. troops.
Especially at a moment when buckets of blood are swirling in the roiled Republican waters.
But the timing of his departure points to a potential tipping point that over the course of last week has roiled the White House.
The partisan sniping over the rich vs. the middle class that has roiled the debt talks will define the 2012 election.
The water is not red (though it might sometimes look so when roiled by freshets,) but the whole caon is crimson and blood-stained.
When we got up to the place where they had been there were the little swirls in the roiled water.
It roiled through the third courtyard, and the second and the first.
The contents of its tube were roiled to the height of the mark which was lettered "Tornado."
"Yes, she does," said Craig with a complacence that roiled Arkwright.
1580s, of uncertain origin, probably from Middle French rouiller "to rust, make muddy," from Old French roil "mud, muck, rust" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *robicula, from Latin robigo "rust" (see robust). An earlier borrowing of the French verb is Middle English roil "to roam or rove about" (early 14c.). Related: Roiled; roiling.