But AIDS, caught in a 30-year swirl of sex and morality, has never been just another illness.
But the swirl of activity around her will reach its fevered pitch on November 24 when her lawyers launch her appeal.
One man looked at the scene around him—a swirl of flags and anti-regime banners—in disbelief, simply shaking his head.
Questions continue to swirl around a reported donation by a white-supremacist group to a legal defense fund set up by Gov. Brewer.
swirl the pan vigorously and turn the beans in the lemony butter.
With swirl and splash they darted up and seized upon the tiny fragments.
He turned, and at the second a swirl of sheep almost bore him down.
Then, running to the rail, he peered down to where a swirl in the water indicated Sam's position.
I slipped out and on our right heard the swirl of boughs and the splash of feet.
Back beyond those wooded hills some freak of fate must lead me right, some swirl of fortune afford me opportunity.
early 15c., "whirlpool, eddy," originally Scottish, perhaps related to dialectal Norwegian svirla or Dutch zwirrelen "to whirl." The meaning "whirling movement" is from 1818.
1510s, with an isolated instance from 14c.; from swirl (n.). Related: Swirled; swirling.