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turnout

[′tərn‚au̇t]
(engineering)
A contrivance consisting of a switch, a frog, and two guardrails for passing from one track to another.
The branching off of one rail track from another.
A siding.
(mining engineering)
To shovel coal toward the track for more convenient loading.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The Form-47 data and other data released by the ECP on Sunday showed that the average turnout of women voters with respect to the total votes polled in each constituency was 28.6%.
Sabile-David said that historically, overseas voter turnout had always been low during midterm elections.
Regional turnout figures are expected to become available over the next 36 hours.
But he said turnout may be higher in this election than others.
Dudley Council's elections had the best turnout in the Black Country with 28.9 per cent.
As per officials, 2.14 percent turnout was recorded in Pulwama and at the same time, Shopian district, spread over two assembly segments, witnesses 2.88%.
In Rajasthan, the estimated voter turnout was 0.68 per cent, while West Bengal and Jharkhand recorded 2.39 and 2.05 per cent respectively.
Food and item vendors at the festival were also disheartened by the lackluster turnout, with one vendor who rented a space at the festival calling the turnout 'disastrous,' reports Liberty Times.
For these reasons, Ali Ahmeti's party is against the lowering of the required turnout from 40 to 30 percent because in such a case the Albanian votes will no longer be decisive and would no longer be as important as they are now or as they used to be in previous election cycles.
Because dancers often unintentionally use friction or other forms of compensation in ballet class, their class-setting turnout tends to be larger than their corresponding turnout measured under different conditions.
Like most democracies in recent decades, Canada has experienced a decline in turnout (see figure 1).
At Ward 9, Unit 2, Oloki-Akoda village, in Ede South local government, the turnout of voters was not impressive as at 10:30 am when Tribune Online visited the area.