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U-turn

a sudden reversal of government ECONOMIC POLICY, often resulting from some unforeseen event (such as the oil price increases of 1973 and 1979, and the depreciation of the UK pound in 1992) or a rethink of a particular policy initiative that has failed to have its desired effect.
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Launched as a YouTube channel in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia in 2010, UTURN is a pioneering Arabic entertainment network, which produces quality creative programmes to support young people and promote Arab programmes worldwide.
Furthermore, the winnerwillreceive all-inclusive production support from UTURN and an exclusive opportunity to be featured on its platform.
The winner will also receive production support from UTURN and an opportunity to be featured on its platform.
Kaswara Al Khatib, founder of Uturn, said: "Since our launch, Uturn has consistently scaled new heights in creating and delivering memorable content to audiences across our region.
They will reach 'Shakarparian Signal' after crossing Faizabad flyover and to take Uturn from there to access route number 1.
We have extended our relationship with UTurn this year," said Asadur Rehman, director of mediaor the Middle East and North
Online entertainment networks such as UTURN and Telfaz 11 are witnessing huge growth in subscriptions, compared to traditional media.
CCTV showed Burke's car pass his victim in the street before doing a Uturn and parking up so that he could then follow her.
Yahoo Maktoob also announced a partnership with leading producer of original video content in Saudi Arabia, UTURN.
WARWICKSHIRE MPs helped force ministers into a Uturn over proposals to relax planning rules for home extensions.
UK Sport has performed a uturn and agreed to fund basketball to the tune of several million pounds - less than two months after ruling the sport would not have a penny for its Olympic programme.
Left-back Cole last night made the incredible Uturn by accepting a oneyear extension to his present contract.