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turbulent
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  • The plane jostled across some turbulence, and Langdon felt a surge of danger.
  • Aside from a bone-crushing acceleration during take off, the plane’s motion had been fairly typical-occasional minor turbulence, a few pressure changes as they’d climbed, but nothing at all to suggest they had been hurtling through space at the mind-numbing speed of 11,000 miles per hour.

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  • I’m afraid of such turbulent rapids.
  • turbulent economic times

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