making the turn

making the turn,

n the step in the procedure of inserting and condensing foil in a Class 3 cavity preparation, at which the line of force is changed from an incisogingival direction to a gingivoincisal direction.
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Yet I always see people taking the right turn on red if the pedestrian isn't crossing directly in front of them, and mostly they haven't come to a full stop before making the turn.
Making the turn in 38, Broadhurst endured a topsy-turvy start as he headed home on the back nine with a brace of bogeys and a couple of birdies and though he regained a shot on the 16th, he gave it back again on the par five final hole.
But it was Els who stole the show as he cruised through the back nine on one under, before making the turn and grabbing a birdie on the par-four fifth.
He told police he was already making the turn when he saw the motorcycle, LAPD Officer Toni Wolfe said.
Singh had a quiet front nine, making the turn at two under, but he scorched the back nine, picking up five birdies to seize the lead.
Allyson Felix and James Gatlin are making the turn.
The driver, Oksen Shirinian, 39, of Los Angeles told police the sun was in his eyes as he was making the turn about 4 p.
For Hess, who said there was a vehicle in front of him also making the turn, he said he decided to sit tight and wait it out.
After making the turn from 30th Street West onto Avenue J, Carranza said some of the seven other people in the truck threw rocks and an anti-car theft The Club device at the red Suburban following them.