state of flux


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Noun1.state of flux - a state of uncertainty about what should be done (usually following some important event) preceding the establishment of a new direction of action; "the flux following the death of the emperor"
state - the way something is with respect to its main attributes; "the current state of knowledge"; "his state of health"; "in a weak financial state"
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Pope Francis' many persuasive messages to the world since assuming office in 2013 have an immense resonance for all political leaders, given the disturbing state of flux in modern geopolitics.
Prices, quantities sold, and competitors have been in an almost constant state of flux.
Hopefully public pressure will help end this state of flux for these patients who deserve so much better from the national health service.
The centre-back, like a number of his compatriots, has been in a state of flux since the curtain came down on the league campaign, unable to go away for long due to international commitments.
These manufactured conditions mean communities are now in a perminant state of flux, where your neighbours change frequently, and community cohesion suffers as a result.
Libya has been in a state of flux since Colonel Muammar Gaddafi was overthrown in 2011.
The decision makers for the petroleum sector in Yemen have been changing, with the country - now of over 25m people - in a state of flux since the Arab Spring of revolutions hit it in February 2011 - and only from early 2014 four ministers have been appointed for this industry.
When you get markets in their current state of flux you've got a general risk-off sort of bias to proceedings, so you've got a slight negative bias towards Brent," said Michael Hewson, senior analyst at CMC Markets.
Assure Law's chairman, Mr Stockdale said: "The legal profession has been undergoing sweeping changes and the legal market is in an unprecedented state of flux.
KEVIN O'NEILL has defended Dublin defensive display against Kerry, saying that their state of flux was largely down to the genius of Colm Cooper (above).
We expected Chelsea to do the same when Roman Abramovich arrived but he was unwilling to hand Jose Mourinho enough power over transfer policy and the club was plunged into a state of flux.
Yahoo, which has fallen from its once lofty position as an Internet pioneer, has been in a state of flux.