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Turn

In the equities market, a reversal; unwind.
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Reversal

A change in a security's price trend.
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In another patrol he said that two taxi drivers in Biggin Street on a Friday afternoon were stood outside their cars smoking whilst their engines were running, and that they too refused to turn off their engines.
Turn off your phone while you are eating breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
One lane closed and very slow traffic due to a collision northbound at Newcastle on the A167 Stamfordham Road / B6324 Stamfordham Road (Westerhope Turn Off).
Turn off the screen faster: Reducing the screen timeout length, which switches off the screen after a certain length of inactivity, can also help.
TOM: When you turn off the ignition, you lose your power steering and power brakes, making the car very difficult to steer or stop.
Owners paid to turn off the turbines I SEE from your April 3rd issue that in the letter 'Onshore wind farm ban to win votes' by David Insall, Environmental Consultant, Tynant, Corwen, that some of your readers feel they have to endure my frothy support for every type of renewable in a ding-dong battle with the frackers (letters 01 and 02 April).
Turn off the water supply at the main STOPCOCK, turn off the stopCOCK in your cold water TANK (usually found in the loft), switch off the central heating system and any other water heating installations to avoid further damage.
The delegation of protesters entered the territory of the substation in Tamga village at 20.30 and asked the lawmakers to turn off the circuit breaker.
That said, it's still important for you to listen to the flight attendants and follow their instructions to turn off your electrical devices.
During Earth Hour, which started in Australia in 2007, individuals, businesses and governments around the world turn off lights to demonstrate their commitment to environmentally sustainable action.
Organisers expect hundreds of millions of people across more than 150 countries to turn off their lights for 60 minutes on Saturday night -- at 8:30 pm local time -- in a symbolic show of support for the planet.
And they turn off after a set time period of no movement.