New Orleans was dropped from the rotation until the Superdome was rebuilt.
Ten stand, eight sleep, then eight different men sleep, all in a rotation.
Of course, that relates to the other rotation of the spin herethat she was difficult and demanding.
Those who pass go on to restock the 2,500-man rotation of active-duty SEALs.
Others who will join the rotation include Alan Alda, Candice Bergen, Stacy Keach, and Carol Burnett.
Our fundamental standard of time is the period of the earth's rotation—the length of the day.
I must wait the rotation of the list, and there are twenty names before mine.
If there's a rotation system on paper, but it's never used, that's not a rotation system at all.
The periods of rotation of the ball and of the ring were also fixed.
Not only the directions, but also the velocities of rotation seem thus explicable.
1550s, from Latin rotationem (nominative rotatio) "a turning about in a circle," noun of action from past participle stem of rotare "turn round, revolve, whirl about, roll," from PIE *roto- (see rotary).
rotation ro·ta·tion (rō-tā'shən)
The act or process of turning around a center or an axis.
Regular and uniform variation in a sequence or series, as in the recurrence of symptoms of a disease.