If you do not reverse course in two minutes, I will have no choice but to open fire.
But on May 10, the bank seemed to reverse course again.
They reversed course under public pressure a few weeks later.
I reversed my course and got back in the car.
Later in the day, the House reversed course with a new vote on the bill.
He reached a back street beyond and reversed his course.
That is, if they have not made any special effort to reverse nature's course.
Is there any hope that the labor market will reverse course on its own?
In less than twenty minutes, they should reverse course to head west.
The government needs to reverse course before more crucial time is lost.
But at exactly the same time, another driver was following the reverse course.
Reverse course, bring us about and hit them with everything we have.
He walked a reverse course through the house, leaving the side and back doors open wide.
This shift in policy is often referred to as the 'reverse course'.
I say again, reverse course immediately or you will be attacked.
He watched her out of sight, then cruised on through and back onto the road, reverse course.
Worf knew he had to forget the trial, reverse course, and start over.
At dawn they got under way on a reverse course, and immediately ran aground upon a mud bank.
But Tom held her to the reverse course.
Sure, the government could forbear now, he suggests, but what if regulators later change their minds, reverse course, and add new rules?