turnabout


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

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Diaz III signed the undated resolution making the sudden turnabout.
It will cover a range of around 300 miles and has a refuelling turnabout time of around three minutes.
The burgeoning market value is a turnabout for Facebook, which slumped as low as $17.73 in September.
The recommendation represents a turnabout for the group, an independent organization of medical experts that advises Congress on preventive medicine.
Berkshire and Buffett reduced its equity position in Lee last year but now is increasing its debt position, a puzzling turnabout.
Even that acquisition signals more of an evolutionary development than a turnabout for the company.
Zernovski, for example, has 1,400 votes more than Todorovik does and supposing the turnout in the second round is similar or smaller, the chances of a turnabout in this municipality are slim, especially bearing in mind that there is a similar difference in votes for the council member lists of SDSM and VMRODPMNE.
Chicago, IL, February 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Emilio Isasi and Kevin Matthein, co-owners Health Potion, were invited to host the Turnabout Dance at Glenbrook High School ("GBS").
In this regard, Khamis al-Miqbali, Director of Maintenance Service at Orpic said ' the planned major maintenance and turnabout is an important part of the refinery and associated plants' cycle to ensure that they function efficiently and becomes more environment-friendly.
(Turnabout is fair play.) Says ccd Mikal Reich: "The Kraken Rum is dark and fun, like its fans.
NNA - North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un called Tuesday for an easing of tensions with the South and flagged a "radical turnabout" in the national economy in a rare voiced message broadcast on state television, according to AFP.
While its long-term revival as a ship repair and multi-purpose engineering concern is an amazing turnabout, last week's keel-laying of two Western Ferries ships is a celebratory event.
The turnabout came after it emerged the cost of converting the carriers for the F-35Cs had more than trebled to nearly pounds 2billion.
While the recharge value is always more than the talk time received, Uninor has done a turnabout with the RC 65 product by ensuring the value received is higher than the spent wherein customers receive talk time worth Rs 75.
That long freefall and surprising, almost messianic turnabout are charted in "Bob and the Monster," Keirda Bahruth's documentary about music-scene casualty-turned-rehab activist Bob Forrest.