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the act of changing or being changed from one position, direction, or course to the opposite

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Turnabout was launched as a pilot project in October 2002 and costs were shared by Justice Canada, Healthy Child Manitoba and Manitoba Justice.
WHAT Cosco Arriva and Turnabout infant car seats/carriers.
WINNIPEG -- Children under the age of 12, who run afoul of the law will be served by Turnabout, a new, two-year project of Manitoba government The program aims coordinate existing services available to these children.
Now in a surprise turnabout the General Medical Council have abandoned their case against him.
Such a developmental turnabout "suggests really amazing plasticity," marvels Bloch.
A viper has bitten me, a bitter viper: The play on words, and the singsong turnabout repetition, instantly channel Gertrude Stein, but are also in key for the Wooster Group and their patented line of mutations of classic modern plays.
When I was performing at the Turnabout Theater in Los Angeles, the audiences would include women--we called them "our Pasadena Ladies"--who looked very much like the Disgruntled.
Grob explains how Americans came to such a turnabout in the few short decades following the Second World War.
Mark Filowitz, vice president of Wynn Oil Company, is not really surprised by this turnabout.
In a dramatic turnabout, ethanol may actually reduce finished gasoline prices this autumn and winter.
It is almost certain that the first round of presidential elections on 13 April will displace the cards in this ex-citing political poker, said Ljupco Popovski for Utrinski vesnik and adds that regardless of the fact that it seems like the Macedonian electorate is fed up with VMRO-DPMNE's rule, there are no sure evidences that the opposition, without sweat, money and skills, could see the turnabout.
The California Teachers Association and United Teachers Los Angeles were set to kill mayoral control, but they have done a 180-degree turnabout, moving from vocal opposition to vocal support.
Now in a turnabout, several movies have straight men passing as gay
Historical data show this kind of extreme turnabout has happened six times in the past 40 years, reports Toshio Yamagata at the University of Tokyo and his colleagues.
In an interesting turnabout, John Malashock invited everyone in his six-members company to step across the line last February during part two of an engagement inagurating Sushi's new Community Performance Space.