An old pro decodes the blind quotes and leaks surrounding the turmoil in the White House foreign policy team.
Polls however have been a major source of turmoil during France's bitter gay-marriage debate.
Given the turmoil all of this has created in Asian markets, they might be interested in talking with us now.
With key parts of the world in turmoil, the criticism of President Obama is growing louder: Why doesn't he do something?
The biggest sign of turmoil came last June, with news that Paul Schimmel, MOCA's head curator, was resigning.
But it has vigor, vividness and sincere emotion, and through it all runs the turmoil and thunder of the battle.
All the agitation and turmoil of the last few months seemed to fall away from him.
Yesterday, when Flora and I sat at our sewing in the manse parlour, something happened which has set everything in a turmoil.
Just think of it—all that fuss and all that turmoil over something so obvious.
In 1670, when Carteret attempted to collect quit-rents, the settlers refused to pay, and for two years the colony was in turmoil.
1520s, perhaps an alteration of Middle French tremouille "mill hopper," in reference to the hopper's constant motion to and fro, from Latin trimodia "vessel containing three modii," from modius, a Roman dry measure, related to modus "measure." Attested earlier in English as a verb (1510s), though this now is obsolete.