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spin around

 
1. to turn around to face a different direction. Jill spun around to face her accuser. Todd spun around in his chair so he could see who was talking to him.
2. to rotate, possibly a number of times. The propellers spun around and soon the old plane began to taxi down the runway. The merry-go-round spun around at a moderate speed.
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Now a nine-year-old, Spin Around, a son of Spinning World, raced successfully in Hong Kong before returning to New Zealand.
The spread-eagle involves kicking their legs out as far as they can go - and even perform the daring ZZ Spin, making the stick spin around and then turning it up to 540But remember - pogo-stick stunts are hard to master and you should always wear protective gear while you practise.
From rabble-rousing to poignancy, there's nothing that Placebo won't spin around on its latest release
PC Quinn picked up Jean on his Honda 1,100cc machine for a 20-minute spin around Nuneaton and the A5.
The nebula's outer rim continued to spin around the sun (3).
If a thunderstorm is brewing at the same time, updrafts and downdrafts can tilt the rolling winds so that they spin around a vertical axis, setting a broad region of the storm slowly rotating.
And he's taking the car for a spin around Knockhill Racing Circuit to help kick off the Fife race track's Days of Thunder meeting with a bang.
The thinner cover of the HX Tour Golf Ball gives it a bit more speed off the driver and, as a result, the ball flies farther down the fairway and still maintains Tour-caliber spin around the greens.
After the dedication ribbon was cut, the nursery school students were the first to take a spin around the track, smiling and laughing all along the way.
78sec solo spin around Thurles suggests he is not far off peak form.
move to the side to create an oily path on which the rolling element can spin around the race.
Some of the first children taking a spin around the new tricycle/ wheelchair track are, left to right, Adriel Azera, Sherazade Irani, Lisette Keating, Amelia Lee and her big sister, Annette.
WESTLAKE VILLAGE - When Marc Martino takes his Kamikaze trike out for a spin around his home here, people follow him and often gather when he stops, asking ``What the heck is that?