upending


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Synonyms for upending

turning upside down

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Upending is a collection which features group piece Summit, solo work by Tamara Ashley, video by Trevor Hearing and solo piece, Upending, featuring Tim.
ATI of Mentor, Ohio has announced the development of a NEW PAK-MAN, Micro-Processor Controlled with Powered Roller Conveyor for automatic loading, clamping, 180 degree rotation, upending, opening and unloading for automatic in process handling operations.
Let Stand, the Decision Below Will Reverberate Through the Economy, Upending Settled Expectations of Both Businesses and the States
Such upending of traditional categories is routine for Trockel, who has spent a career developing a visual language that eschews what philosopher Richard Rorty calls "final vocabularies," or constellations of fixed and unquestioned words, images, and concepts.
An unusual form of ammonia has turned up in space, upending scientists' long-held belief that this substance is too rare to detect there.
Cartwright is not interested in upending the binary, but in joining with other recent scholars to move criticism "away from the binarial model itself" (8); he wants to demonstrate a theatrical energy in Humanist-influenced plays "complementing or paralleling morality dramaturgy" (2) and participating along with it in "Tudor drama's .
Keeper Danny Hurst was sent off in the 70th minute after upending Neil Black in the box and John Morgan fired home from the spot.
Just after half-time the visitors were reduced to 10 men with the dismissal of Rob Gier for upending Paul Rideout, but the Dons responded in the best possible fashion when Mark Williams powered a header past Murphy.
Collins was then penalised for upending former Crystal Palace midfielder Rory Ginty early in the second period.
All this is vintage Himmelfarb: vivid detail allied with keen discernment; the upending of accepted interpretations by a meticulous attention to the evidence and an appreciation of the moral sensibilities of the age.