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  • 101Turning Stone Resort Championship — Infobox Golf Tournament tournament name = Turning Stone Resort Championship nickname = location = Verona, New York establishment = 2007 course = Atunyote Golf Club par = 72 yardage = 7,482 tour = PGA Tour format = Stroke play purse = $6,000,000… …

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  • 102Turning Dragon — Infobox Album | Name = Turning Dragon Type = Album Artist = Chris Clark Released = January 28, 2008 Recorded = Genre = Electronic, IDM Label = Warp Records Producer = Chris Clark Reviews = * Pitchfork Media 82%… …

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  • 103turning point — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms turning point : singular turning point plural turning points a time when an important change takes place in a situation, especially one that makes it better 1956 marked a turning point in Franco s political and …

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  • 104Turning Point (institute) — Infobox University name = Turning Point native name = image size = caption = latin name = motto = tagline = established = 1986 type = Private endowment = staff = faculty = president = Kay Conroy (Director) provost = principal = rector =… …

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  • 105Turning Season Within — Infobox Album | Name = Turning Season Within Type = Album Artist = Draconian Released = February 29 2008,March 4 2008 US Recorded = Genre = Gothic Doom Metal Length = 52:29 Label = Napalm Records Producer = Draconian Reviews = Last album = The… …

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  • 106turning circle — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms turning circle : singular turning circle plural turning circles British the smallest amount of space in which a vehicle can move in a complete circle …

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  • 107turning departures — When a departure route requires a turn more than 15° off the alignment of the runway centerline, a turning area is constructed. Turns may be specified at an altitude or height, at a fix, and at a facility. Straight flight is assumed until… …

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  • 108turning pair — Pair Pair (p[^a]r), n. [F. paire, LL. paria, L. paria, pl. of par pair, fr. par, adj., equal. Cf. {Apparel}, {Par} equality, {Peer} an equal.] [1913 Webster] 1. A number of things resembling one another, or belonging together; a set; as, a pair… …

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  • 109Turning a blind eye — Blind eye redirects here. For the drink, see Red eye (drink). The idiom turning a blind eye is used to describe the process of ignoring unpopular orders or inconvenient facts or activities. The phrase to turn a blind eye is attributed to an… …

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  • 110Turning movement — In military tactics, a turning movement involves an attacker s forces reaching the rear of a defender s forces, separating the defender from their principal defensive positions. The defender must then abandon these positions, or send considerable …

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  • 111turning circle — noun a) the circular path formed by the wheel furthest from the centre of the turn when turning to the maximum extent b) The path followed by a vessel’s center of gravity when it makes a complete turn of 360° with a consistent rudder …

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  • 112Turning to the East —    See East, Turning to …

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  • 113turning moment — tendency to produce turning motion …

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  • 114turning point — See the turning point …

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  • 115turning point — Digest 20/2002 a critical point where a choice must be made Michael s heart attack was a real turning point in his life. He changed his reckless ways and began eating better, exercising more and relaxing more. The expression suggests a fork in… …

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  • 116turning point — noun (C) the time when an important change starts, especially one that improves the situation: The Battle of El Alamein was a turning point in the war …

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  • 117turning point — noun the turning point in their relationship Syn: crossroads, critical moment, decisive moment, moment of truth, watershed, crisis, landmark …

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  • 118ˈturning ˌpoint — noun [C] a time when an important change takes place Syn: crossroads 1956 marked a turning point in Franco s political and personal life.[/ex] …

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  • 119turning lane — /ˈtɜnɪŋ leɪn/ (say terning layn) noun a traffic lane to the right of the main flow of traffic in which vehicles may safely wait prior to turning right …

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  • 120turning moment — sukimo momentas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. torque; torque moment; turning moment vok. Drehmoment, n rus. вращающий момент, m; крутящий момент, m pranc. couple, m; couple moteur, m …

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