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turn (something) on its ear
to change some activity in a surprising and exciting way
The new manager turned the office on its ear when he began to work in our department.
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  • turn (something) to good account
  • turn (something) to one's advantage
  • turn a blind eye to (something)
  • turn a deaf ear to (someone or something)
  • turn around
  • turn down (someone or something) or turn (someone or something) down
  • turn down (something) or turn (something) down
  • turn in
  • turn in (someone) or turn (someone) in
  • turn in (something) or turn (something) in
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  • take the law into one's own hands
  • take issue with (someone or something)
  • had best (do something)
  • lose one`s way
  • take hold of (someone or something)
  • have had it up to here with (someone or something)
  • instrumental in (doing something)
  • a thorn in (someone's) side
  • supply and demand
  • put (someone) down for (something) or put down (someone) for (something)

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    If the nine ball is pocketed on a foul or push out, or driven off the table, it is spotted. (See 1.4 Spotting Balls.) No other object ball is ever spotted.


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