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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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Nashville (Tennessee): Manheim Nashville will participate in the event by turning off lights.
For those of- us working at home or in a small business environment, shutting down the computer when not in use still makes sense But for the many who work in larger corporations, turning off your computer at the end of a long day might get you in trouble with your IT department.
The college has opted to pay more for a plan that does not require voluntarily turning off the power.
This unholy mix of acting out and turning off is virtually a character structure in our society.
DNAP's Transwitch technology is a method for turning off genes in plants used to improve taste, texture, yield and shelf life.
This report tracks the influence of environmental issues since 2005, outlines what will motivate consumers to view more bills online and switch to electronic statements, measures adoption of estatements in 14 industries, examines the characteristics of green-minded consumers and identifies key market segments to target first, and examines the return on investment from turning off paper statements.
Twist binds to DNA, switching on some genes and turning off others.
In an effort to keep penalties down and power flowing to vital county services, Janssen said the county is considering turning off the power at some facilities, although he would not say what departments are under consideration.
If there appears to be a leak and it is at an appliance, the leak can often be stopped by turning off the valve between the appliance and the gas line.
Sears Tower - Turning off non-essential exterior lighting
This technique tricks the male cell, which apparently calculates that it contains more than one X chromosome, into activating the Xist gene and turning off a nearby gene that the researchers had added along with Xist, Jaenisch's group reported in the July 12, 1996 Cell.
The company also offered these earthquake tips: -- Know where your gas meter is located and have an adjustable wrench available for turning off the gas valve at the meter should it be necessary following an earthquake.