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half-turn

Descriptive of a stair which turns 180° or through two right angles at each landing. Also see dogleg stair.
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He's the best player I've seen in this division, certainly, to receive the ball on the half-turn at pace.
Then the link is made between the 360[degrees] of a whole turn, and the measure in degrees of other fractions of a turn: a quarter-turn, a half-turn, a three-quarter-turn, a sixth-turn, and so on (Figure 10).
Etherington played the ball square for Reo-Coker, who beat Aaron Mokoena with a brilliant half-turn on the edge of the Blackburn box and then drove the ball into the top corner.
Coperion Werner & Pfleiderer showed a new SK series quick-change strand die in which the die plate is held by clamping sections on the top and bottom that open with six half-turn screws instead of fully threaded bolts.
The quiver can be quickly removed thanks to a quick, half-turn detachment system.
Look for a pattern that gives the answer without requiring you to count each half-turn.
Microwave on high, covered with dish lid or vented plastic wrap, 15 to 17 minutes, giving dish a half-turn midway through cooking.