What are turn of events?

  • (noun): An unforeseen development.
    Synonyms: turn, twist

Some articles on turn of events:

Malaiyamān Thirumudi Kāri - Turn of Events
... The Chola king planned to crush the two princes by walking an elephant over them, but by the timely intervention of poet Kōvūr Kizhār, he changed his mind ... excerpt from Purananuru song 46 by Kōvūr Kizhār “ You were born into the line of him who relieved the pain of a dove. ...

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