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  • There had been many attempts to turn the novel into a film.
  • The English seemed to turn their back on the sea as they became more settled.
  • However, they would find it more difficult to turn quickly.
  • He would soon discover that it was far too late to turn the clock back.
  • The base of the plant will begin to turn yellow.
  • One ship suffered mechanical failure just out of port and was forced to turn back.
  • And for some reason at some point, he decided to turn that kind of negative attention toward me.
  • This encouraged him to turn professional, and he took up residence in London.
  • Its aim was to turn the region into an industrial location.
  • Fed up with the noise his mother entered and ordered him to turn the music down.
  • With no immediate family to turn to, she had no way to support herself or her daughters.
  • It has a smooth bottom that allows it to turn over the surface of the water.
  • But they had acquired some of the pieces that would help them start to turn things around in years to come.
  • Are we to turn back and all listen to her?
  • He was so successful in this role that they had to turn many applicants away.
  • Davis lost his first three cases before his fortunes began to turn.
  • The first is to turn one's cap or coat inside out.
  • Bad weather forced most of the aircraft to turn back, and none of the others scored hits.
  • It is a natural human response to turn away from sources of danger and toward sources of safety.
  • The German government decided to turn the former airfield into a civil airport.
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