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turn

1. Music a melodic ornament that makes a turn around a note, beginning with the note above, in a variety of sequences
2. Theatre chiefly Brit a short theatrical act, esp in music hall, cabaret, etc.

turn

[′tərn]
(electricity)
One complete loop of wire.
(mathematics)

TURN

(messaging, protocol)
An SMTP command with which a client asks the server to open an SMTP connection to the client, thus reversing their roles.

Superseded by ETRN.
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I have always been fascinated by conundrums, so I was intrigued to read that building 40 units to house small and medium enterprises signalled that Bahrain's real estate sector has turned the corner.
Goodyear seems to have turned the corner, and it will be interesting to see how this affects the tire industry, which had one of its big three not entirely focused on its markets.
Oswald wrote in the December 13 issue of Hotline, NEPA's newsletter: "It seems that collectively we have once again turned the corner as an industry.
He said: 'I have not turned the corner yet - it will take a few months but it will happen.
You can't say we've turned the corner just yet,' he said.
He believes they've turned the corner to finally getting melaleuca under control.
VOLUNTEER: Maureen Doyle believes the area has turned the corner
THE Wales Air Ambulance has turned the corner in its fight for survival.
This is more evidence that the economy has turned the corner," said George A.
Reed further stated that, "We are elated that we have finally turned the corner on a bankruptcy proceeding which we believe has depressed our stock price, prevented us from obtaining financing and essentially eliminated our ability to do business.