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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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Repentance is about turning around from our own way of being and living to see the new thing God is doing, the change that God is making, the reversal that God is bringing.
Leave Arden Way by turning left through a hand gate to reach a junction.
Steve Young's aside about protests that drivers turning left get signals while drivers turning right get nothing may be a joke, but the reality is that right-turn arrows are just as badly needed at those intersections as left-turn arrows.
Place your hand to the inside of your front foot if turning or balancing is challenging.
Turning through west, the flight lead's radar altimeter, set to 5,000 feet, went off.
Richard Raffan's Taunton's Complete Illustrated Guide To Turning is a woodworker's 'bible' on master techniques for turning bowls and spindles.
This has meant turning our coat closet into a nook for the refrigerator, and turning half of our living room into a bedroom, using a mobile closet to double as a wall.
Part II revisits the cultural turn, and its impact on social history as well as future prospects now that the turn may be turning, but of course the subject informs many other contributions as well.
Not only could you make lots of pocket change by loading 'em in your old wagon and turning 'em in, but the soda companies saved money by cleaning and reusing the bottles.
Among many women is one, the principal figure in that panel, who, having knelt down before t he Apostles, and turning her head towards them, stretches her arms in the direction of the maniac and points out his misery.