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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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The children took turns using the shoes, and soon their pails were overflowing with berries.
The gang were aged up to 16 and disgusted eyewitnesses said they took turns to kick her head.
Children took turns pulling on Santa Claus' coat, to say ``hi'' and make some last-minute requests.
In silver unitards, the dancers pumped their arms forward and back like pistons, held them parallel to frame their faces, then took turns in solo.
The panelists took turns introducing themselves, sharing anecdotes about their dealings with A/E consultants, and providing tips on business development practices.
POLICE were last night hunting two sick thugs who took turns to punch a helpless pensioner and slash her with knives.
Both executives took turns behind the wheel of the GEICO team car during the recent shareholders meeting in Omaha, Neb.
During the early portion of practice, Everett and Austin took turns fielding punts against oncoming defenders in an effort to simulate game conditions.
The four bodies took turns placing themselves in each other's kinesthetic shoes, trying to perform movement with their partner's energy.
Eight men and seven women took turns to sip from Faustina Mercedes's milk as they drifted helplessly in choppy, shark-infested seas under a blazing sun.
Los Angeles school principals also took turns sitting on the gigantic dinosaur egg to raise money for their individual schools.