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revolution

one complete rotation of a body or object about an axis. Measured as 360° or 2π radians.
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With incomparable facilities and a residue of goodwill from patrons since the much-praised palace revolution of Douglas Erskine-Crum, I don't see the old sanctum of tradition fearing anything.
The rumblings among Cardiff retailers relating to the con- sequences of sporting inter- national day traffic restrictions may prove to be nothing compared with the potential palace revolution that may result unless fears are allayed.
This was the kind of palace revolution and negotiated settlement within ruling circles that British Liberals and, later, Labour leaders increasingly preferred to look back on rather than the earlier, actual revolution in which James II's father had been executed.
The London-born flier emerged as a key figure in Iain Dowie's Palace revolution after being frozen out under the previous boss, Steve Kember.
KID SYMONS' Palace revolution ended in one devastating minute as Preston scored twice and the caretaker boss was given a red card.