Turn


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Turn

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.

Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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No one, no one in the next room, no one to turn the tap, no one to turn the scorpion!
Sometimes zero does not turn up for two hundred rounds in succession.
At the same moment a half dozen lions rounded the last turn in the road leading back toward the plaza, and at sight of them Numa of the pit wheeled and charged.
A locked door barred his way at its end, but a door upon his right opened and he stepped into a dimly-lighted chamber, about the walls of which were three other doors, each of which he tried in turn.
Nor had his been the methods of good fellowship, the sharing of "good turns," the camaraderie of finance.
As soon as you turn off you'll see some bushes, and opposite them there is a way-mark--a large oak, one with branches--and that's the way.
Possessed myself of a strong stomach and a hard head, inured to hardship, cruelty, and brutality, nevertheless I found, as I came to manhood, that I unconsciously protected myself from the hurt of the trained-animal turn by getting up and leaving the theatre whenever such turns came on the stage.
If there is any protection in the world that you can turn to, less doubtful than mine, I suppose I ought to say no more, and leave the house.
At first, when any of them is liberated and compelled suddenly to stand up and turn his neck round and walk and look towards the light, he will suffer sharp pains; the glare will distress him, and he will be unable to see the realities of which in his former state he had seen the shadows; and then conceive some one saying to him, that what he saw before was an illusion, but that now, when he is approaching nearer to being and his eye is turned towards more real existence, he has a clearer vision, -what will be his reply?
On coming there, he would see on his left, Monsieur Stangerson; he would turn to the right, towards the 'off-turning' gallery--the way he had pre-arranged for flight, where, at the intersection of the two galleries, he would see at once, as I have explained, on his left, Frederic Larsan at the end of the 'off-turning' gallery, and in front, Daddy Jacques, at the end of the 'right' gallery.
But if there are no openings," she had interrupted, in turn, "how did those who are in, get in?
With a run and a skilful turn, Pollyanna skipped by the bent old man, threaded her way between the orderly rows of green growing things, and--a little out of breath--reached the path that ran through the open field.