Noun(1) a lapel on a woman's garment; turned back to show the reverse side
(1) The obverse of the medal shows the portrait of King Louis XIV and the reverse shows the Thai ambassadors showing their respect during the audience with the King.(2) New Brighton are next up at home this Saturday, when the Black and Ambers attempt to reverse a 21-18 defeat which came via a last-minute penalty in late November.(3) She spoke of the verse in the Koran which is often taken to permit polygamy and showed how it might in fact have meant quite the reverse .(4) The powertrain is tied directly to the differential, and forward or reverse are selected via a switch on the dash.(5) The Pirates could count themselves the unluckiest team in the country, with one point losses against Stockport, Vauxhall, and Exeter, as well as their opening overtime reverse .(6) Try each gear including reverse with the brake on to see how fast it engages each gear and how much play it has.(7) The opposition is criticizing the handouts while not promising to reverse them.(8) We ended up having to reverse to do our station work, causing us a slight but necessary delay.(9) This represents a reverse in the spending trends of recent years and should ensure a balance in road and path surface quality within the urban boundaries(10) Grove proved that his reverse principle worked, and generated a powerful current in his laboratory, but the practical applications of his invention failed to stir him.(11) Damian ran toward Kale and holding the sword backwards, he sliced in a reverse motion, making it difficult for his opponent to do anything but defend himself.(12) We certainly didn't think it unfair: quite the reverse .(13) The medals themselves seem to be identical, both for the 1912 Bolton Bread Show, and on the reverse of each is ├ö├ç├┐won by Joseph Wood├ö├ç├û engraved into the medal.(14) Although the exhibition follows a basic chronological trajectory, the linear flow of history is frequently interrupted by reverse flows and eddies.(15) The first train to Morecambe is now 15.00 ex Leeds and in the reverse direction 17.40 ex Morecambe.(16) Quite the reverse : all the evidence suggests that we can feed and fuel that number with ease and still increase the land devoted to conservation.
Different Formsrevers, reversible
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