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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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The city is asking businesses, schools and residents to think about how they can incorporate Earth Hour into their daily lives, from turning off lights when leaving a room, unplugging unnecessary electronic equipment to turning off decorative lighting on buildings late at night on a regular basis," said Environmental and Sustainability Deputy Director Scott Bouchie.
We are only turning off a small percentage in non-residential areas.
Taking part in the noble campaign like the millions of people and establishments internationally who turned off their lights, the hotel management established its sincere initiative for energy conservation by turning off its non-essential external lights as well as actively encouraged its guests to turn off the lights in their respective guestrooms for one hour.
Teachers know that turning off the lights saves electricity, but sometimes they need a reminder.
A HARD-UP council which is turning off thousands of street lamps to save money was told yesterday it risks plunging its county into 18th Century blackness.
ON UK, said: "Simple actions like turning off electrical equipment before going away can make a big difference when it comes to saving energy and money.
Tom Williams, 15, one of the Welsh Assembly Government's climate change champions, visited the Ellis family in Cyncoed, Cardiff, to tell them how turning off the box can save electricity and help save the planet.
He also expressed the hope that people will notice the yellow tape and let him know what they think of turning off specific lights in town.
Since my college days in the mid-1990s, I've been advised that I can save energy by turning off my computer at night.
In an experiment with crude oil mixed in water, the researchers were "shocked" when turning off an amidine surfactant didn't just stop the mixing process but also accelerated oilwater separation, Jessop says.
Participation involves: Tall buildings (40 stories or more) turning off decorative lighting on the upper stories by midnight and leave lights off until daylight; tenants on the upper floors are encouraged to turn out lights or draw blinds by midnight.