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Use "rotating" in a sentence
"This mixture of religion and state was accompanied in England by the jailing of priests and ministers and the burnings of so-called "heretics," the targets of the term rotating on its axis depending on which religion was in power, and which was out."
"He now runs an antique business from his home in Brighton, where he displays parts of what he calls his "rotating collection" —such things as unsigned paintings dating back to the 1800s that hang on his walls and Indian artifacts."
"The gradual colonization of the moon, Mars, and orbital space (in rotating simulated gravity environments) in order to enhance the survival of the human species."