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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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Le Balafre turned away disappointed, and hid himself in the crowd, while the trapper, whose honest features were working with inward emotion, pressed nigher to his young friend, as those who are linked to the criminal, by ties so strong as to brave the opinions of men, are often seen to stand about the place of execution to support his dying moments.
Frome turned away again, and taking up his razor stooped to catch the reflection of his stretched cheek in the blotched looking-glass above the wash-stand.
Finally, she turned away and started off through the jungle toward the village of Mbonga.
When the sentinel's eyes were toward him, Tarzan hugged the ground, motionless as stone; when they were turned away, he moved swiftly forward.
Ere long he turned away abruptly, as if baffled, and left the counting-house; he returned to it but twice in the course of that day; each time he mixed and swallowed a glass of brandy-and-water, the materials for making which he extracted from a cupboard on one side of the fireplace; having glanced at my translations--he could read both French and German--he went out again in silence.
And, while Raoul turned away his eyes in compassion, he pointed to the musketeers the gibbets laden with their melancholy fruit.
A sudden mist swam up before the young man's eyes, and he turned away upon his journey with a heavy heart and a choking throat.
WOMEN'S refuges turned away one in three domestic violence victims last year through cuts and closures.
Does this mean I will be getting turned away from salad bars?
our facebook followers have been sharing stories about the times that they have been turned away from a club or bar.
Summary: After a pregnant woman in labor was turned away from several hospitals in north Lebanon, Health Minister Wael Abu Faour has summoned the facilities' officials for questioning Monday.
THE wife of a stroke patient who died when he was turned away from a hospital as it was too late on a Friday has snubbed an apology from the ambulance service.