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revolve

Theatre a circular section of a stage that can be rotated by electric power to provide a scene change
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The further moon revolves about Mars in something over thirty and one-quarter hours, and with her sister satellite makes a nocturnal Martian scene one of splendid and weird grandeur.
Adding to their collection of high-end hair care products, Zenagen created a candle that is inspired by the popular scent of the best-selling Revolve Collection.
Revolve is operated by Zero Waste Scotland and provides Scotland's re-use organisations with advice, training and support to provide customers with the reassurance that goods are safe and of good quality.
Both new Revolve models are outdoor-ready, featuring an
REVOLVE introduced #hotelREVOLVE this year, where the brand took over the Arrive Hotel in Palm Springs, California, to host an influential network of the world's best bloggers and performing artists. #hotelREVOLVE also hosted the REVOLVE festival pop-up shop, which was open to the public April 14-16.
These are the ones which revolve at a slow, but specific, speed, forcing one to walk at the same slow, but specific, pace.
They are giving pounds 50 to Amnesty International and nearly pounds 200 to the Atherstone-based reVOLve youth volunteering project.
-- To snare the interest of girls ages 12 to 17, Bible publishers Thomas Nelson have developed Revolve, the complete New Testament in a fashion magazine format, replete with images of stylish, smiling young women, quizzes and celebrity birthdays (sorry, no horoscopes).