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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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Turn back time: "Gradual, steady weight loss is more beneficial for health, for a longer and more active life and for better skin," advises Dr Lowe.
Back in March 2012 Kenya Airways experienced another mishap with one of their flights when it took off from OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg but had to turn back 2 hours later following a cabin pressurization malfunction.
Foreign-backed groups seek to turn back the clock," the U.
Second was Aled Owen, Corwen with four year-old Roy who only lost 1pt until problems at the turn back where they lost another 5pts.
The burly Irishman's latest TV venture sees him inviting celebrity guests to join him on his new chat show Turn Back Time.
On Sunday (9 October) a Helios Airways flight travelling from Cyprus to Glasgow, UK, was forced to turn back after experiencing technical problems.
As we push through the drifts of sand and start to climb the mountain, we turn back to marvel at the angry beauty of Iceland.
If it's not done soon, there will be no turning back, and nothing to turn back to
Such grace and mercy are offered here, as God promises to restore a nation that has turned away from God, if only they will repent and turn back to God.
The man had been climbing Carrantuohill with a group of five others when he decided to turn back on his own.
of the Asarch Center for Dermatology Laser and Skin Rejuvenation, takes issue with aging skin and offers fountain of youth relief through his must-have survival guide, TURN BACK YOUR FACE YEARS.