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  1. Turning is significantly more difficult with inline speed skates than recreational skates because of more and larger wheels, creating a longer wheelbase.
  2. Turning was also a good tool to teach geometry.
  3. When turning, the skis are held in a parallel position, with the inner ski a little in front of the outer ski.
  4. Diamond turning is a multi-stage process.
  5. Diamond turning is a multi-stage process of forming a complex optical surface.

Turning Points

  1. World of Martin Luther sets the times of Luther (an age of discovery) and shows the major events and turning points in his life.
  2. Blenheim has gone down in history as one of the turning points of the War of the Spanish Succession.

Turning Point

  1. They proved a turning point in the history of the Jews in Poland and throughout the world.
  2. The war of 1857 was a major turning point in the history of modern India.
  3. The battle marked a turning point in the Crusades, and within the year the Muslims had re-taken Jerusalem.


  1. Blooms of algae often coat the surface of the water, turning the red water green and producing bubbles of oxygen.


  1. Early risers will catch Vard and Vads before the ship continues southeast, into Bk fjord and on to Kirkenes, the turning point of the journey.


  1. He was turning the pages of his score and was beating time for an orchestra he could not hear.
  2. A born teacher, he is credited with turning the orchestra into a power to be reckoned with in just six weeks.
  3. The real turning point for the Philharmonic came in 1957 with the appointment of Leonard Bernstein as Music Director of the orchestra.


  1. The arrival of people from the Central Asian nations such as the Turks and Mongols was a significant turning point in the history of present-day Pakistan.
  2. The arrival of the German Templers in 1868, who settled in what is now known as the German Colony of Haifa, was a turning point in Haifa's development.
  3. Just as the arrival of Saint Patrick and the Vikings were turning points in Irish history so too was the arrival of the Normans.

Important Turning Point

  1. The Peace of Augsburg marked an important turning point in the history of Lutheranism.
  2. To Profess one's belief in and kinship to the Gods should be an important turning point in ones life and the beginning of a new understanding of the self.
  3. The Battle of Chaldiran of 1514 is an important turning point in Kurdish history, marking the alliance of Kurds with the Ottomans.


  1. This was Philip the Fair, whose reign (1285-1314) was a turning point in the history of the papacy and the Church.
  2. The reign of Augustus marks an important turning point, though.
  3. Although his reign and achievements have been largely overshadowed by Constantine's, they mark an important turning point in Roman history.


  1. There is interest in turning the B-Reactor into a museum, but if it is not, it will meet the same fate as the other reactors.
  2. The Neolithic revolution, starting in the Fertile Crescent at about 9,500 BC, is the real turning point for humanity, even for the fate of Homo Sapiens.


  1. Researchers believe the turning of the belt controls the sunspot cycle, and that's why the slowdown is important.
  2. RVD feuded with Anton in a successful effort to get revenge before turning his attention to new Television Champion Rhino but could not regain the belt.


  1. At the same time, critics asserted that advertising was co-opting elements of grunge and turning it into a fad.
  2. Critics asserted that advertising was co-opting elements of grunge and turning it into a fad.
  3. Psycho was so influential that many critics see it as a turning point in cinema history.


  1. Jason flung the teeth between the open sods, often turning his head in fear that the deadly crop of the Earth-born Men were rising behind him.
  2. Fry in batches so that there is ample room for turning them without fear of breaking.

Turning Professional

  1. The champion Indonesian shuttler had a very good season and he feels turning professional early in the year has helped his performance.
  2. Justin Fashanu began his career as an apprentice with Norwich City, turning professional towards the end of December 1978.
  3. Right after turning professional, however, a shoulder injury suddenly stopped her career.


  1. One year after turning pro in 1988, he became the youngest male French Open champion by winning the 1989 title at the age of 17 years, 3 months.
  2. Agassi replied, "leaving here and turning pro." He turned professional at the age of 16.
  3. Coached by her father, Imran Mirza, she began playing tennis at the age of six, turning professional in 2003.


  1. Bobby made three starts in the Fastenal Dodge this season before turning over the wheel to Bobby Hamilton Jr.; he finished a season best 14th at Atlanta.
  2. His crew chief was fired midway through the season in hopes of turning things around, but nothing worked.


  1. A screwdriver is a tool for driving (turning) screws; screwdrivers have a tip that fits into the head of a screw.
  2. Once Rossi is following a rider he considers a rival for the championship, The Doctor starts slowly turning the screws.
  3. Christian says that TNA is trying to put the screws to him by putting him in a Triple Threat Match at Turning Point.


  1. A turning point in the history of the place was the miraculous healing of a nobleman Adam Konarzewski in 1647.
  2. Then the doctor tests the graft by bending and turning the spine to make sure the graft is in the right spot and is locked in place.
  3. Next, without turning over either loop, place the first loop on top of the second loop.


  1. Most sake does not age well but this specially made type can age for decades, turning the sake yellow and giving it a honeyed flavor.
  2. The song involves fish turning into dragon (the symbol of an emperor), giving the reason why the Yu family gotkilled by the warlord Fu Sheng.
  3. Turning back all challenges, the theory has revolutionized geology, giving it a remarkable unity and coherence and raising its explanatory power many times.


  1. Maitreya's appearance will mark a great turning point in the fortunes of this world.
  2. Many people argue that this event would mark a major turning point in the history of bluegrass.
  3. The art of turning a rhyme into sly verbal sparring is considered a mark of intelligence and a badge of honor.


  1. Each inspector of turns ensures that swimmers comply with the relevant rules for turning as well as the relevant rules for start and finish of the race.
  2. At the signal for starting and after turning the swimmer shall push off and swim upon his back throughout the race except when executing a turn.
  3. At the halfway point of the race, Hornaday was turning the fastest laps of anyone on the track; however the No.


  1. Johnny Hunt was talking about "turning the tide," acknowledging the reality that a denomination that cares so much about winning souls is losing too many.


  1. Not bad for someone who started hearing from people after his birthday on how tennis players go downhill and wrap up their careers after turning 30.
  2. Just as Al was turning a page, his Uncle Ron entered the room, head turning left and right as though looking for someone.
  3. Turning the camera feels more ponderous than most FPS games and can mean death when someone is creeping up on your six.


  1. Cleaning the turning mirror is nearly as important as cleaning the lens (especially for Sony pickups apparently since it is relatively exposed).
  2. Focusing is achieved by turning a knob or wheel, which moves the lens or image panel.


  1. The specimen was mounted on the sharp point that sticks up in front of the lens, and its position and focus could be adjusted by turning the two screws.
  2. Sigma warns against turning the focus ring when you are in autofocus mode, for fear of damaging the lens.
  3. During this time, the era of big swing bands was shifting, and the focus was turning more toward bebop.


  1. Homeowners who've tried unsuccessfully to get help, may have one more opportunity to get back on their feet by turning to their private mortgage insurer.
  2. Help! I fear I'm turning into a Prosecco snob.
  3. DNS4Me can help by turning your computer in to a web server, mail server, FTP server, or any other service available on the Internet.


  1. It was getting out of hand." If Michael wanted to continue rising in the tennis world, turning pro was the only option.


  1. In April, 1827, he left Edinburgh without a degree and headed for home, forever turning his back on the medical profession.
  2. It's easy to understand why many people looking for a new home are turning to FHA insured loan programs.
  3. Laurette had sent out invitations to an art audience to view the show on TV from their home, turning his staging of the artist into a performed reality.


  1. Reset To restart a computer without turning it off.
  2. GeeXboX is a free embedded Linux distribution which aims at turning your computer into a so called HTPC (Home Theater PC) or Media Center.
  3. Turning off the Internet makes sure that someone else on the Internet can't enter your computer and cause harm.


  1. Bend: The twisting or turning of a rope so as to fasten it to some object, as a spar or ring.
  2. The drawing of the rope, wheel and axles, for turning an angel to point towards the sun can have a simple explanation or a more complicated one.
  3. Lord Vishnu suggested that they lift mount Mandara and place it in mid-ocean as a churn dashery using Vasuki, the serpent as a rope for turning it.


  1. STEP 2. With the right thumb facing toward the body, form a doubled loop in the standing part by turning the wrist clockwise.
  2. But it may be made by turning the rope on itself through a loop, as for instance, the overhand knot.
  3. The first thing you should do when he starts up the loop is make a hard right turn and keep turning.


  1. Nash started turning face after Hogan was beaten by Ric Flair, who was named President of WCW and held the World Title.
  2. A sparkling Flair run as booker was tossed aside to make way for Hulkamania and though entire arenas were turning on him, Hogan dominated the scene.


  1. After breaking away from the Corporation, thus turning face once more, Shamrock went on to feud with The Undertaker at Backlash and lost.
  2. Interestingly enough, it was this feud and the loss to Booker T that made Heidenreich a new man, turning the psychotic beast into a tamed tiger.
  3. The feud ended after Rhino got revenge and defeated Sheik at Turning Point.


  1. Patients customarily apply the electrodes and leave them in place all day, turning the stimulus on for approximately 30-minute intervals throughout the day.
  2. Picture it revolving or turning on it's own axis once in a day.
  3. Jubal Early began an invasion of Washington, D.C., turning back the next day.


  1. Turning to Sampras, Federer said: "Thanks very much for coming.


  1. That may be pulling out a reel, turning on a light, getting ready to switch gas; any one of a number of things.
  2. Putting Critical Chain Scheduling and Buffer Management in place is not quite as easy as flipping a switch or turning on a new piece of software.
  3. After a signal is received, signal transduction involves altering the behavior of proteins in the cascade, in effect turning them on or off like a switch.


  1. This was Hogan's only WrestleMania match fought as a heel, but the crowd cheered wildly for Hogan, effectively turning him face during the match.
  2. Homicide defeated the X Division Champion Amazing Red to earn himself a return match for the title at Turning Point.
  3. That match was the first turning point in Graham's career and it really changed Graham's career.


  1. Flair became a semi-member of the nWo after turning on Stone Cold Steve Austin.
  2. Flair later became a semi-member of the nWo after turning on "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
  3. Flair later turned heel again by turning on Austin.


  1. If you take a picture and view it while turning the camera sideways the picture will rotate anyway you turn the camera except the upside down position.
  2. His car hit the wall in Variante Bassa, turning him upside down.


  1. The organ responsible for "turning on the faucet" of RBC production is the kidney.


  1. As people grow more and more accustomed to the idea of doing business over the internet, more and more companies are turning to e-commerce.
  2. Object-oriented development is the process of turning an idea or a problem specification into an object-oriented program.
  3. Turning this idea on its head, one can design programming languages that are well adapted to current verification methods.


  1. Fry the cheese, turning & tossing often to prevent sticking & burning, until lightly seared (about 5 minutes).
  2. The tossing and turning is frustrating, and your lack of sleep the next day can make your daily routine feel monumental.

Vietnam War

  1. The Vietnam War was the turning point for Communism.


  1. The process of starting a computer by turning on the power to the system unit.
  2. Today, one thousand years later, at a new turning point in the spiritual history of the world, Kalacakra wisdom re-emerges as a power for good.
  3. All of the Universe is the creation of the Dreens, who possess the power of "idmaging", turning their thoughts into reality.


  1. While teaching at Hogwarts, Lupin successfully hid his lycanthropy, turning into a werewolf, from the school at large.


  1. Right now this 16 year old small town boy is turning into an American star and is truly on his way to superstardom.
  2. This was the turning point in his life which led him to believe that drugs were not the way to go and he wanted to pursue a career in rap.
  3. The adjustments seemed to work as the veteran driver began turning his fastest laps of the day and worked his way into the fifth spot on lap 155.

Starter Motor

  1. Most gasoline engines work in the following way: Turning the ignition key operates a switch that sends electricity from a battery to a starter motor.


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