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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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The various types of half-turn ASM are as follows: Type [B.sub.n]: Even-sided half-turn ASM (Okada [11], Tabony [15]) and Type [B'.sub.n]: Odd-sided half-turn ASM--special central column (Simpson [13]); Type [C.sub.n]: Odd-sided half-turn ASM (Okada [11]) and Type [C.sub.n]: Odd-sided half-turn ASM--special central row (Okada [11]); Type [D.sub.n]: Even-sided half-turn ASM--special pair of central columns (Okada [11]) and Type [D'.sub.n]: Odd-sided half-turn ASM--special central row.
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.
The Gunners always have a Kanu or a Bergkamp in the hole to link play, leaving Henry - already on the half-turn - ready to use his pace.
The X/Celerator comes with four Teflon bushings for unequaled smoothness and a yardage adjustment arm that locks securely into and out of position with a simple half-turn. It fits all AMO standard bows and is available in black and Mossy Oak[R] Break-Up camo.
Rotate plate a half-turn; continue cooking at full power until shrimp feels firm when gently pressed, 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 minutes longer.
He's the best player I've seen in this division, certainly, to receive the ball on the half-turn at pace.
That has to apply to every situation, and Walker took advantage of Coleman and Jagielka being on the half-turn when he played in Emmanuel Adebayor.
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 half-turn that led to the equaliser was a touch of real quality."
All of which, of course, brought dear old mum to the rescue -- mum, who'd been seated on a bench not far away, back half-turned to her children, in conversation with a girlfriend whose back was, similarly half-turned to her two girls riding the see-saw.