How to use Turns-around in a sentence

turns-around
  • The chitinous layer is usually strengthened by thread like thickenings which, in the region close to the outer opening of the tube, form a network enclosing polygonal areas, but which, through most of the tracheal system, are arranged spirally, the strengthening thread not forming a continuous spiral, but being interrupted after a few turns around the tube.

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  • To turns around a school, as he is credited as having done, heads must ignore many of the governmentâs diktats.

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  • And perfectly indifferent, too, as to whether it turns around or stands still.

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  • And if it goes up and turns around and causes a blockage, here too because of its porosity it causes a malady.

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  • You must let go of the mouse button when Squidward turns around or else you are caught trying to take a peek.

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  • These are typically one and a half to two feet long and about two inches wide, looping first around your wrist and then a few turns around the bar or handle.

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  • This prank involves some finesse, since if the object of the prank turns around when you approach them from behind, you will lose your chance to play the joke.

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  • It is a privately held corporation that buys mortgages on the secondary market and then turns around and sells them as mortgage-backed securities.

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  • A person who receives a paycheck and then turns around and promptly spends most of it away is not the type of homeowner who will benefit from this type of mortgage acceleration program.

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  • Brown turns around and his friends proclaim "Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown."

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  • Take a couple of turns around the shoe store to make sure that your new shoes will be just as comfortable in action as they are when you're standing still.

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