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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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WATCH: SAJ Antonio Carpio on policy against turning off automatic identification system for foreign vessels passing through PH waters.
RIYADH: Saudi Arabia joined other countries in marking Earth Hour by turning off lights at 8:30pm local time by switching off lights in buildings across different regions of the Kingdom for 60 minutes.
By turning off your email completely you can give your full focus and attention to your real work, the work aligned with your purpose and that gives your life meaning.
More than 350 people joined the campaign by turning off the lights to save the energy in Muscat, according to ESO.
New York, Apr 18 ( ANI ): A major regional airline's pilot has said that turning off your cell phone on flight is really not that important.
While turning off the lights can be a challenge for a busy hotel with hundreds of guests, we believe the hospitality industry can and should be a leader in reducing our impact on the environment," general manager Ayman Lotfy said.
The payback time on most projects involved with turning off motors will be less than one year.
The participant properties have also observed other energy-saving measures, including turning off external signage lighting; turning off non-essential interior lighting; using candlelight in restaurants and bars; and using in-room voicemail and television messages to spread awareness about Earth Hour initiatives.
Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and St Paul's Cathedral in London were also turning off the lights.
American cities and towns joined thousands of communities around the world in a symbolic display of commitment to a sustainable future by turning off non-essential lights and appliances for an hour on the evening of Saturday, March 26.
He said: "Obviously, if there is a street in the North East that is rarely used between 1am and 5am, there is probably a case for turning off the lights at that time.
In Somerset, the Conservative-controlled council said turning off 500 lights between 3am and 5am would save pounds 18,500 a year and slash greenhouse gas emissions by 122 tonnes a year.