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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 North Carolina and Kentucky programs make clear, however, that turning around failing schools is labor-intensive--and not inexpensive (both states spend about $6 million to turn around a small number of schools, and currently have neither the money nor the staff to do much more).
Also provided, is the spares cost of the Navy baseline repair concept under reduced I-level and depot level repair turn around time.
He should take a short turn around second base and look for back-picks, mishandles, and overthrows.
She said the Government was stepping up action to turn around failing schools as part of its drive to raise standards in every school, particularly those in the most deprived areas.
Sutton shakes his head just thinking about the ledge he was straddling before a headstrong football coach trying to turn around a mediocre program reached out to pull him back.
We are convinced that we together with EQT will continue the growth of Five Seasons and complete the turn around of Melka Tenson", said Gunnar Johansson.
He turned around Nissan, and could be the person to turn around GM.
She knew that he couldn't turn around in that area so she was able to escape,'' said Deputy Dave Jennings.
The downgrade and Negative Outlook reflect heightened operational and financial risk given an extended time frame for its operational turn around and what Fitch believes is reduced liquidity associated with recent amendments made to IPG's $500 million credit facility.
Middlebrook said no further fee hikes are planned unless the economy fails to turn around.