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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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Don't be misled by those who break up families and destroy their true heritage," Think Again Turn Away (https://www.
He begs us not to turn away from any of his sisters and brothers, but to accept the unity he offers up out of his own breath and blood.
Mrs Robinson condemned the assault but added: "I have a lovely psychiatrist to help homosexuals trying to turn away from what they are engaged in.
A quarter of the bank's corporate customers join us precisely because we are prepared to turn away certain sorts of business.
Sometimes an actor is handicapped by a director who will allow him to turn away from the camera and then come up with the emotion,'' Howard says.
As Americans turned away from the Vietnam War, they may turn away from this one"
No, now is a time to turn away from the injustices of old and to begin to bear good fruit.
I refer to Haydn Evans' letter (Viewpoints, February 7) regarding the mindless selfish people who attack firemen with stones, in which he expressed the idea that the firemen should turn away from a fire and aim their hoses on the wrongdoers.
The coast guards turn away an estimated 700-800 people every year who arrive in Helsinki by ship.
We actually had to turn away 20 to 30 cars because we were running out of time, but we know the demand is there now so I intend to organise another session in the near future.