page turner

page turner

An assistive technology device for persons with limited or absent upper extremity movement; used to turn the pages of a book.
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That was 35 years ago but the Bible is still the page turner it was then.
VVWHAT they say John Walsh, trainer of Page Turner and Silver Friend "Our horses have been running quite well and these two will be suited by the ground here, although I think Silver Friend could do with it being even softer.
The French film, The Page Turner, tells the story of Melanie, who aged about 10, seems to have a special gift for the piano.
Don't Blink is the 26th tale from the best-selling author James Patterson and it's a real page turner from beginning to end.
crime LOSER'S TOWN Daniel Depp THIS is a real page turner of a novel.
On her latest page turner she said: ''If you don't want to look like me don't get the book.
NEWS Clued up Crime correspondent Mark Cowan goes behind the scenes at the Birmingham-based Forensic Science Service CULTURE Page turner Ten years of the Birminghambased independent publisher which has seen three of its books nominated for the Man Booker prize
Action packed page turner the lads, in particular, will love.
A deftly written page turner of a tale, "Out From Egyptland" is highly recommended for community library historical fiction collections.
Of course, the secret and the consequences eventually unfold through the course of the book which is both gripping and sensitive - and a real page turner to boot.
The Footime Page Turner is a new product from Bili Inc.
Lions clubs have joined forces to contribute pounds 1,850 from their funds to allow Gordon to buy a pounds 2,200 electronic page turner for his home near Ellington, where he lives with his wife Joan, a retired teacher.