Reagan (1984) and Nixon (1972) had this key turned against
them, but survived.
Any Republican would have won, since Republicans had only three keys turned against
them: the absence of an incumbent running, of major policy changes, and of charisma.
What's interesting is that people who were against the war from the beginning are considered unsound and shrill, while those who were for it then turned against
it are considered sound.
NEWCASTLE United owner Mike Ashley hit a new low yesterday amid claims even the club mascot has turned against
Administrators are turned against
teachers, teachers against administrators, and the members of each group view the other with suspicion and fear, as potential saboteurs of their professional survival.
Authorities were finally able to make the move on Capano when his youngest brother Gerry turned against
him, revealing a gruesome tale of death and extortion.
Opinion has turned against
them, too, but they will be shoved down the nation's throats.
political establishment, decided against seeking Valley office and turned against
In a news conference at noon today, health advocates called it a clear signal that the legal tides have turned against
the tobacco industry.
Yes, there were a few dark moments: McCarthy-era Tinseltown not only turned against
its own, but produced lousy, red-baiting movies as well.
A YOUNG mother has spoken of how her family turned against
her after she reported her father for abusing her young daughter.
Now, with the armed forces turned against
the rightful government, the player must -- with the aid of his new supertank that has been in development -- get his research to the proper authorities while deposing his adversary to re-seat the rightful government.