Some articles on turns, turn:

Utah State Route 48 - Route Description
... smaller airport for general aviation, in contrast to its larger counterpart—the route turns onto 7800 South and heads east ... The route turns north onto a concurrency with SR-68 for eight blocks before turning east onto 7000 South ... The route turns southeast, crosses the Jordan River and enters Midvale ...
Utah State Route 224 - Route Description
... As the highway approaches Snyderville, the commercial buildings turn into residential homes and the road briefly turns southwest before turning southeast and ... Residential development disappears when the highway turns southeast and hills appear on either side of the road ... The route turns off of Park Avenue and onto Deer Valley Drive ...
Igisoro - Turns
... On his turn, a player chooses a pit containing seeds in their territory and sows them placing one seed in each pit as s/he moves counter-clockwise around his territory ... the pit highlighted in yellow At the end of a turn, there are two ways in which the players turn may continue If the pit where the last seed is sown is not ... again from the pit where the player originally began his or her turn, thus sowing seeds in the same pits as the original move ...
Georgia State Route 5 - Route Description
... County, and initially runs east, until it turns northeast in Whitesburg ... As SR 5 crosses into Pickens County, it turns slightly northwest, bypasses Jasper, and turns back in a northeasterly direction into Gilmer County, heading through Ellijay and on into ... There, the route turns north and heads to its northern terminus in McCaysville ...
Aircraft Compass Turns
... In aviation, aircraft compass turns are turns made in an aircraft using only a magnetic compass for guidance ...

Famous quotes containing the word turns:

    When we get to wishing a great deal for ourselves, whatever we get soon turns into mere limitation and exclusion.
    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)

    Death can only be profitable: there’s no need to eat, drink, pay taxes, offend people, and since a person lies in a grave for hundreds or thousands of years, if you count it up the profit turns out to be enormous.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    In love, there is always one who kisses and one who offers the cheek.
    —French proverb.

    George Bernard Shaw adapted this proverb in Heartbreak House, act 2: “One turns the cheek: the other kisses it. One provides the cash: the other spends it.”