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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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It was this feeling that had turned her mind to the stage.
Colin gulped and turned his face a little to look at her.
Instead of following her sister, Norah pulled down the veil of her garden hat, turned in the opposite direction, and hurried back to the house.
He lifted the latch, and turned into the bright bar or kitchen on the right hand, where the less lofty customers of the house were in the habit of assembling, the parlour on the left being reserved for the more select society in which Squire Cass frequently enjoyed the double pleasure of conviviality and condescension.
As for Winter, at the sound of that voice he turned pale, and was, as it were, petrified.
But, Madame, zero has only this moment turned up," I remonstrated; "wherefore, it may not do so again for ever so long.
Chained with them were a number of fierce beasts, such as had been turned upon us, and others equally as ferocious.
As though turned to stone I sat in tense and rigid silence, straining my eyes into the utter darkness before me in an effort to discover if the boat were occupied.
The others gathered about, craning their necks over the shoulders of those before them, but as few of them could read at all, and then only after the most laborious fashion, one finally turned to the little old man of the top hat and frock coat.
So saying, he turned upon his heel and strode away.
However, I rejoice to say that I have a hated rival, who will certainly cut me out the instant that my back is turned.
he added, addressing Nicholas, who when he heard that the war was being discussed had turned from his partner with eyes and ears intent on the colonel.