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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]
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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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Sir Peter added, however: "I accept that any of the spectators who arrived outside the ground after, say 2.30pm, intending to pass through any of the 23 turnstiles at the Leppings Lane, was, indeed, exposed to some risk of injury."
And he asked jurors to consider how obvious any problem with the turnstile allocation was to someone in Mr Mackrell's position when no-one raised concerns before the tie.
Made by WT Ellison and Co of Salford, Manchester, one of the turnstiles, which is slightly damaged, even includes a counter - the device dads and sons used to try and trick in a "two for one" move by squeezing together as they passed through, hence the legend of the Ayresome Park "squeeze".
Sgt May, and PCSO Alistair Colquhoon, on patrol as part of Operation Turnstile
Gunnebo Security Group (STO:GUNN) that provides security solutions, revealed on Friday that it has signed an equity acquisition agreement with the distributor of its turnstile product range in the South Korean market, ATG Entrance Corporation.
Firefighters had to free the youngster after his head and neck became stuck between the turnstile and a wall.
Millions of people entered through the old turnstile during gloom and glory before it was removed as the ground was modernised in the early nineties.
"This partnership, along with our recent acquisition of Vincent Publishing, illustrates Turnstile's continued growth as a leader in the industry," Clayton Morris, president of Turnstile Publishing, Observer's Parent Company, said in a statement.
Rarely caught short for words, Morag Gray, racing's latest MBE, had no fears about what they might talk about as she stepped forward to receive her honour from the owner of Turnstile, winner of the Tennent Trophy at Hamilton only a fortnight previously.
The visitor was forced to pass through a turnstile connected to a hundred-ton jack by a series of gears and straps in order to gain access to a treasure trove of Plexiglas entombed artifacts (or "relics" in Burden's lexicon) beyond.
The company said that some 80 frequent SAS flyers were currently testing photography of their eyes to gain access through the turnstile at the gate to the aircraft at Umea Airport in Sweden.