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use "revolve" in a sentence

For now, the Altera deal will revolve mostly around the data center.

But Google's real test for these cars will revolve around perception.

But some of the biggest news will likely revolve around Sony's Project Morpheus.

You're expected to understand mathematical symbols and jokes that revolve around logic..

McAlister says the requirements aren't too rigid and mostly revolve around safety and performance.

It's part of my life, and my videos revolve around what happens in my life, so I can't avoid that."

Many of Mirasdar's humorous stories revolve around village life in Maharashtra.

The chief controversies revolve around how to interpret the impact of schooling.

Switzerland is a country of busy, urban centers, as well as tiny villages where the people's lives revolve around the raising of dairy cows.

Most of the problems in a drug addict's life revolve around getting the next fix.

There are more than 2,000 festivals in Japan each year, and most of them revolve around the local Shinto shrine.

The planets revolve around the sun.

Their skills revolve around status effecting magic and damaging their enemies.

It takes one year for the earth to revolve around the sun.

Ranyevskaya is the linchpin around which the characters revolve.

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