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turn

(tŭrn),
To revolve or cause to revolve; specifically, to change the position of the fetus within the uterus to convert a malpresentation into a presentation permitting normal delivery.
[A.S. tyrnan]
Obstetrics Version; the rotation of a foetus for vaginal delivery
Public health The abrupt change in a domesticated animal’s behaviour, from docile to aggressive, resulting in attacks on humans, which may be fatal; turning is most common in pitbull terrriers and rottweilers, which together cause the bulk of dog bite-related fatalities in the US
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Ashley said the nation may already be turning the corner on the scourge of billion-dollar fraud schemes, citing a slowdown in new case start-ups.
Moor Green have shown signs that they are turning the corner but manager Bob Faulkner warned they need to keep improving to ensure they are not heading into a dead end.
This area has gone from bad to worse but it appears we are turning the corner and our calls are being listened to.