One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The situation has returned to what it was in the past, as if completing a cycle.
- ‘Now the wheel has turned full circle and films set in Scotland are more likely to embrace urban realism.’
- ‘But, as happens so often in history, the wheel has turned full circle.’
- ‘But the wheel has turned full circle, and the actor is once again a big deal.’
- ‘Now the wheel has come full circle, and those who smuggled food into the camp are also honoured in the exhibition hall.’
- ‘The wheel comes full circle and he is back where his own history began.’
- ‘Forty years ago it all seemed most unlikely, but today the wheel has turned full circle.’
- ‘The wheel of fashion turned full circle, with designers convincing audiences to swoon over collections they would have balked at last year.’
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