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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 horses were replaced by others from a reserve gun carriage, the wounded were carried away, and the four guns were turned against the ten-gun battery.
The Cardinal became an enemy, and the railing tongue was turned against him.
"Of course," said the Story Girl hastily, not wishing to have Dan turned against our project, "if all the rest of you want it I'll go in for it too.
Now Omar Abdullah and Mahbooba Mufti and other pro-India leaders have turned against India.
Regretting the reaction of his countrymen, Sidhu lamented that his friends and everyone else turned against him following the development of Kartarpur corridor.
While addressing the media in Islamabad, he alleged that the breach of his promise was the reason why the former CJP turned against the former premier.
Talking to media men here Tuesday in parliament house he said all those whom PML-N considered its allies have turned against it.
"God says they reason why some people have turned against you and walked away from you without reason...has nothing to do with you," the quote read.
But then World War One broke out and Coventry people turned against Bettmann, seeing him as an enemy - even though he had by now become a British citizen and his company was supplying thousands of motorbikes to help the British war effort.
Now, jihadists have turned against jihadists, leaving analysts to devise a spectrum of jihadist radicalism.
For the tide of crisp packets and Styrofoam trays To lap and rustle and slap Against another closed door, Another back turned Against the tired, poor, excluded Yearning to be free?
Nazim al-Jabburi turned against Al-Qaeda and took charge of the Awakening Council in the Iraqi city of Salah-al-Din.