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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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Playing beginner board games such as CANDY LAND or CHUTES AND LADDERS teach and encourage sharing, taking turns, patience and concentration - all basic skills that a child should master before starting school.
For the sting, police had two plainclothes officers act as pedestrians, taking turns walking across the four-lane boulevard.
For Bottum--who says he's tired of touring and just wants to stay home and train his bulldog pup, Baby--it's a better fit to be in Imperial Teen, a band so democratic mat its members have been taking turns on various instruments and vocal parts for songs on their new album, due out in early 2002.
The class covers such social skills as good listening, taking turns, waiting in line and respect for one another, among others.
In quite possibly the oddest star turn of recent memory, Mark Rylance takes one of Shakespeare's trickiest characters and delivers a performance of such bumbling charisma that his very cast members appear to be taking turns watching to see what he'll do next.
Together with co-owners Russell and Jon Scott, the Havens performed their first crush in the back of a flatbed truck, each taking turns hand punching the fermenting grapes.
Different parents have been taking turns bringing ``world cuisine dinners'' to the teens, who now study until 10 p.