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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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Lots of Challenge Wales volunteers and supporters helped us to get the message out there about our funding bid and we are so pleased that people picked up the phone on the night and voted for our Turning the Tide project.
We are turning the tide on the compensation culture which has pushed up the cost of insurance for drivers, schools and business and taking another important step to reducing the cost of living for ordinary people.
Turning The Tide was the title track for a 1986 series of seven films on the environment for Tyne Tees Television.
But in Turning the Tide, Ed Offley focuses on the critical months in 1942-1943 when German Commander of Submarines Karl Donitz's U-boats achieved their highest kill rates against Allied shipping--and when the United States and Britain developed effective countermeasures that choked off their threat.
Clockwise from top left: Public art purchases - Skin by Roger Moss; Turning The Tide Red by Sonja Benshkin; Dre Fach Felindre II by John Uzzell Edwards; Gleam by Brendan Stuart Burns; Belonging by Nathan Ford; Alan Meets Zubaron With Wasps by Alan Salisbury
Publisher of women's fiction Choc Lit announced on Tuesday that it has offered a publishing deal to debut novelist Christine Stovell for her book Turning The Tide.
3 million tones of colliery waste, was the focus of the pounds 10m Turning the Tide regeneration project.