Turned-in sentence example

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  • She turned in my direction.

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  • That night, for the first time in more than a week, she tossed and turned in the bed, her sleep interrupted by memories of her family.

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  • After breakfast, she closed her account at the bank and turned in her resignation.

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  • Damian turned in time to see the vamp Charlie struggling to drag a skinned deer carcass across the threshold.

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  • Exiting traffic from the fireworks delayed his progress, but as he turned in front of Bird Song both Fred and Cynthia were on the porch to greet him.

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  • He turned in time to see someone racing away.

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  • Connor and Sarah turned in early.

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  • Brady turned in the direction indicated and yanked open the door to a dark room with a glowing red floor.

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  • She turned in time to see Mrs. Watson's skeptical look turn into a smile.

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  • If he guessed correctly, the Chesapeake Bay was on his right, so he turned in that direc­tion.

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  • He turned in the saddle until he could look at her face.

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  • Alarmed, Taran turned in time to see the man with eyes the color of Vara's strike his father down.

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  • She turned in the direction of the creaky voice, unable to shake her unease.

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  • You know I turned in your queen to my father?

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  • They turned in unison towards the speaker.

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  • A remarkably fine cup turned in amber from a bronze-age barrow at Hove is now in the Brighton Museum.

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  • It is like two men who are both for a moment in the same place, though their faces are turned in opposite ways.

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  • The pile is from time to time taken down and rebuilt, the tobacco from the top going to the bottom and that exposed at the edges being turned in to the centre.

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  • In the south of the Nafud, where Huber found the prevailing wind to be from the south, the falks are turned in that direction.

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  • The difference in the appearance of brass and copper is familiar to everyone; brass is also much harder than copper and much more suitable for being turned in a lathe.

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  • Some lignites are, however, quite as brilliant as anthracite; cannel and jet may be turned in the lathe, and are susceptible of taking a brilliant polish.

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  • The accidental use of a single name, America, for the pair of continents that has a greater extension from north to south than any other continuous land area of the globe, has had some recent justification, since the small body of geological opinion has turned in favour of the theory of the tetrahedral deformation of the earth's crust as affording explanation of the grouping of continents and oceans.

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  • Moshesh now turned in earnest to Sir Philip Wodehouse for preservation.

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  • I turned in to help them, and they turned to and gave me a hand.

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  • In Geneva especially his religious views and tendencies were turned in the direction of mysticism.

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  • Being remarkably free from trees, rocks and streams, the soil can be turned in furrows that run perfectly straight for miles, and favours the development of " bonanza farms," where thousands of acres are cultivated in a single field.

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  • The Romanists therefore were no longer recognized by the state, and were persecuted in divers ways, though the tide afterwards turned in their favour.

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  • We may gauge the energy with which the Greek intellect turned in this direction if we call to mind that the controversy about dogma was replaced by the controversy about images.

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  • In the second case all roots that have struck downwards into a cold uncongenial subsoil must be pruned off if they cannot be turned in a lateral direction, and all the lateral ones that have become coarse and fibreless must also be shortened back by means of a clean cut with a sharp knife, while a compost of rich loamy soil with a little bone-meal, and leaf-mould or old manure, should be filled into the trenches from which the old sterile soil has been taken.

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  • The young king, if he had ever himself resented the apparent disloyalty of the " Conclusion " of Leviathan, had not retained the feeling long, and could appreciate the principles of the great book when the application of them happened, as now, to be turned in his own favour.

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  • By 1907, however, the greatly increased production in India and Ceylon, with the willingness of many nations to drink such teas, in preference to those of China, had left to her Russia as a customer for nearly half her export of the article, a proportion rapidly diminishing, as that country too turned in the direction of using the stronger varieties.

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  • The tide of war, however, once more turned in the defeat of Lee's invading army at South Mountain and Antietam in Maryland on the r4th and on the 6th and 17th of September, compelling him to retreat.

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  • But the thoughts of many had already turned in the direction of peace, and in this manner John George of Saxony took the lead, signing in May 1635 the important treaty of Prague with the emperor.

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  • Flat dishes were used in earlier times; gradually deeper forms appear, and lastly the deep bowl with turned-in edge belongs to the close of the prehistoric time and continued common in the earlier dynasties (P.D.P. 19).

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  • The only way in which the Leblanc process could still hold its own was by being turned in the direction of making caustic soda, to which it lends itself more easily than the ammonia-soda process; but the latter has invaded even this field.

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  • So also if Kaf corresponds to the Babylonian Kappu, " hollow-hand," the Sabaean form which Hommel5 interprets as the outline of the hand with the fingers turned in and the thumb raised is a better pictograph than the various meaningless forms of k (&c.).

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  • According to IsmaiI Zeno, who seems to have carefully recorded the events of the time, he left his temporary home on an island of Lake Van before he was eighteen, and, passing into Karabakh,3 between the Aras and Kur, turned in a south-easterly direction into Gilan.

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  • Many streams that are turned in spring or by summer cloud-bursts into torrents are normally mere water films or dry gulches.

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  • This is done by scraping the capsule with a knife and transferring the concreted juice to a poppy-leaf held in the left hand, the edges of the leaf being turned in to avoid spilling the juice, and the knife-blade moistened with saliva by drawing it through the mouth after every alternate scraping to prevent the juice from adhering to it.

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  • West of Knysna, and separated from the seashore by a sandbank only, are a series of five vleis, turned in flood times into one sheet of water and sending occasional spills to the ocean.

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  • The fortune of war at first turned in favor of the English king.

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  • When the telescope is turned in this plane, the angular motion of the line of sight is equal to that through which the circle has turned.

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  • This is made by fixing a thin crystalline plate between two glass prisms turned in opposite directions by a cement of the same refractive index as the glass.

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  • The light is finally received in a Galilean telescope, containing an analyser and carried at the centre of a circular plate, that is graduated on its rim and can be turned in front of a vernier by means of a rack and pinion.

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  • In using optical instruments the eye in general is moved just as in free vision; that is to say, the attention is fixed upon the individual parts of the image one after another, the eye being turned in its cavity.

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  • Oblique lighting, however, can only be in an azimuth, so that the object must be turned in order that the details may be observed.

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  • She turned in time to see Dusty glare hard at the Grey God, who took the hint and left.

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  • He barreled toward the forest, and she turned in time to see the black jaguar with the white eye patch seated at the edge of the park, tail flicking and intense green eyes on the approaching child.

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  • She turned in time to see Rhyn drop with an audible crunch from the air to the snowy roof.

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  • Two door embrasures have their arches also turned in long slabs.

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  • The class either hauled 3500 gallon capacity tenders with straight sides or larger 4000 gallon capacity tenders with straight sides or larger 4000 gallon tenders with turned in tops to their sides.

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  • The Fan Mate has a small rotary knob which can be turned in either direction, to raise or lower the fan speed.

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  • The high-flying Swans turned in a solid display to come away with the points, and Jackett was pleased to avoid a slip-up.

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  • The whole building used to shake as the water rushed through and the wheel turned in its rather stately way.

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  • Some of them retained their original character; others fell completely under the dominion of the friars, and were ultimately converted into houses of Dominican, Franciscan or Augustinian tertiaries; others again fell under the influence of the mystic movements of the 13th century, turned in increasing numbers from work to mendicancy (as being nearer the Christ-life), practised the most cruel self-tortures, and lapsed into extravagant heresies that called down upon them the condemnation of popes and councils.'

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  • Hearing these words our friends turned in the direction of the sound, and the Wizard held his lanterns so that their light would flood one of the little pockets in the rock.

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  • Hearing that cry and seeing to whom it was addressed, Nesvitski and the neighbor on his right quickly turned in alarm to Bezukhov.

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  • But while Nicholas was considering these questions and still could reach no clear solution of what puzzled him so, the wheel of fortune in the service, as often happens, turned in his favor.

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  • Skye Campbell, a client service specialist there, said most of the animals turned in are cats or purebred animals.

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  • Somerset turned in time to see the mansion rend in twain, vomit forth flames and smoke, and instantly collapse into its cellars.

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  • Heavy rolling woke me in the morning; I turned in all standing, so went right on the upper deck.

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  • The group that received sage oil turned in significantly better test results than subjects that took placebo.

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  • A key turned in a lock, and as he passed in there was a curious scuffling noise from within.

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  • She staid there all night; nobody turned in.

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  • You should also keep pot handles turned in so that your child can't accidentally pull a pot with hot liquid or food on top of him.

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  • When looking at color, the opal should appear equally brilliant when turned in any direction.

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  • Every recycling facility has different guidelines for how to recycle paper products, and consumers should investigate how paper must be prepared, sorted, and turned in to be sure they can contribute to the recycling effort effectively.

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  • Has the sales department turned in their current figures?

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  • After six years of service, Nardelli turned in his resignation amid complaints of heavy-handed management and his $123.7 million pay package that did not include stock option grants.

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  • When the crank is turned in the opposite direction, the awning retracts and folds away neatly.

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  • They often point to neglect because patients in nursing homes aren't turned in bed or helped to shift position as frequently as needed.

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  • Once the process has been repeated enough times for all the men to have talked to all the women, the sheets are turned in.

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  • He will track how many you have turned in thus far, and will reward you based on your cumulative total.

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  • Figures may be scattered all over the page, or the page turned in every direction as the figures fill the paper.

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  • Even the bangs can be slightly turned in to create a bit of bounce.

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  • In planetary mixing, the beater is turned in a clockwise pattern around the bowl while the shaft rotates counterclockwise.

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  • Some parenting classes will provide a completion certificate that can be turned in to satisfy family court requirements, but not all parenting classes offer this.

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  • Screenwriter Melissa Rosenberg turned in the rough draft for the New Moon script on the day Twilight premiered.

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  • Complex carbohydrates are turned in to energy that your body needs in order to refuel itself from normal activities.

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  • I turned in my seat and before I could get up, coming across the room towards me, was this beautiful brown face with a radiant smile – it was Doctor Martin Luther King.

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