He believes that recent court rulings striking down state-sponsored Commandments displays in several states will turn the tide
in his favor.
The story tells how a much weaker Britain, only days away from surrendering under German bombing, leveraged television researchers, a bunch of radio hobbyists, and a few eccentric mathematicians to turn the tide
, and ended up dropping over a thousand times the tonnage of bombs on Germany (with American help) as Germany dropped on Britain.
However, AFS is optimistic that this court case will turn the tide
of this issue in the industry's favor.
When it began, those in charge said it could take 10, 15, or 20 years to turn the tide
In World War I (1914-1918) and again in World War II (1939-1945), the nation was a reluctant, late-coming warrior--but one that helped to turn the tide
But it's not too late to turn the tide
, Danson says.
Wolfe shows that Henri only took the final step in 1593, when the impatience of loyalist Catholics became obvious and threatened to turn the tide
of events against him.
Your Poem RESPECT In foreign fields our troops do roam We hope that soon you'll all be home From Waterloo to Normandy You fight for people to be free The battles may be on air, sea or land You're there to give a helping hand Just now you feel life is pretty rotten But believe me, back home, you're never forgotten So wear your uniform with pride And soon you'll be able to turn the tide
When duty's done, you've done your best It'll be time to come home for a well earned rest Walk down the street with your head held high It wasn't for you to reason why
RUSSIA helped turn the tide
of the Second World War in January 1944 when the Red Army broke the blockade of Leningrad, which had been besieged by German forces since July 1941.
This is a movement that we say will turn the tide
of this oppressive legislation.
ON June 6,1944,over 5,300 ships and 11,000 planes crossed the channel to land on the beaches of Normandy to turn the tide
of the war.
The Normandy invasion stands as an historic achievement, in which the forces of freedom, at great risk and sacrifice, joined together to turn the tide
of war against fascism.
Also working to turn the tide
are a patchwork of private, state and governmental organizations, including the Alliance for Affordable Energy and the Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana.
Only a spiritual renewal can turn the tide
,' he went on.
She would face a Canute-like task to turn the tide
of public perception which sees the Royals as a rather dysfunctional family which at best encourages the tourist trade.