Turn


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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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We will not have to think of anything, save when, in any theatre or place of entertainment, a trained-animal turn is presented before us.
...you shall make them a present of their lives....For, with your own fair hands, you shall turn the scorpion....
Also, whenever the wheel has begun to turn, the bank ceases to pay out anything."
As I backed along the ledge I soon was past the mouth of the cave, where I no longer could see those fearful flaming eyes, but an instant later I caught sight of the fiendish face of a Sagoth as it warily advanced beyond the cliff's turn on the far side of the cave's mouth.
They are paid for doing their turn. At the best, they may be termed 'professional amateurs.' It stands to reason that the management could not get people to face a rampant audience for nothing, and on such occasions the audience certainly goes mad.
At the "Criterion" he turned in and had a drink, and, bolder for the wine which he had swallowed at a gulp, he told himself that he would do nothing of the sort.
The look of surprise on the savage face was almost comical, and before Tarzan could unsling his bow the fellow had turned and fled down the path crying out in alarm as though to others before him.
Miss Polly turned and walked down the hall toward the attic stairway door.
He had entered by the open window at the extremity of the 'off-turning' gallery; he had passed Frederic Larsan's door and mine, had turned to the right, and had entered Mademoiselle Stangerson's room.
He searched in every corner, he turned his bed over, and shook it, and kneaded it; he looked in his brick oven where he laid his sticks.
"He is dozing," said Anna Mikhaylovna, observing that one of the princesses was coming to take her turn at watching.
At the turn in the shrubbery path she stopped and looked back uneasily.