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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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The 37-year-old from Pontypridd said the cars had been waiting for a matter of minutes before turning around and blocking access to the tunnel for emergency services.
"He kept pointing the gun at my head and said, 'You don't think I'll kill you face to face?' I said 'I don't know, but you're going to have to because I'm not turning around,"' McNamara continued.
ISLAMABAD -- The National Assembly Standing Committee on Industries and Production on Monday discussed the proposed plan of Pakistan Machine Tools Factory's (PMTF) management for turning around its performance.
But the figures show that turning around, and my experience of being here shows that's turning around, but boy!
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles said: "The Troubled Families programme has been a brilliant partnership between the Government and councils, changing the way services are run, saving taxpayers money and turning around the lives of some of the hardest to help in the country, with kids back in school, youth crime and anti-social behaviour cut and adults better able to work.
Michael Wilkins, principal and chief executive of Outwood Grange Academies Trust, is credited with turning around a number of struggling schools, including Thornaby Community School, now Thornaby Academy, and St Patrick's RC School.
"In 2009, the Administration, with support from Congress, created a new and much more ambitious program for turning around low-performing schools.
In particular, it highlights key accomplishments over the reporting period in the four reform areas: standards and assessments, data systems to support instruction, great teachers and leaders, and turning around lowest-achieving schools.
Summary: Technocrat and economist known as "Super Mario" tasked with turning around debt-wracked Italian economy.
"Pathways to High Performance: Turning Around Underperforming Public Schools" illustrates the progress made in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) in Charlotte, N.C.