Turner

Turner is a common surname of English (Anglo-Norman) 12th Century origin, meaning "one who works with a lathe". Turner is the 28th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.

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Other articles related to "turner":

Fight For Your Life - Cast
... Robert Judd - as Ted Turner Catherine Peppers - as Mrs ... Turner Lela Small - as Grandma Turner Yvonne Ross - as Corrie Turner Reggie Rock Bythewood - as Floyd Turner (as Reginald Bythewood) Ramon Saunders - as Val Turner Queenie Endelson - as Dog William Sanderson ...
Mike Turner - U.S. House of Representatives - 111th Congress
... In June 2009, Turner introduced H.J ... In February 2010, Turner released a report on "The Impact of the Housing Crisis on Local Communities and the Federal Response" in conjunction with the Northeast-Midwest ... Turner has indicated he will offer legislation based on the recommendations of the report ...
Turner, Australian Capital Territory - Geology
... Several earthquake fault lines pass through Turner and its residents often experience earth tremors ...
USS Swasey (DE-248) - Sinking of Destroyer Escort Turner
... the escort was waiting to enter New York Harbor on 3 January 1944 when an explosion rocked USS Turner 3,000 yards (2,700 m) away ... not go alongside as small craft were nearing Turner at the time ... with a fire and rescue party to board Turner if possible ...
Earl Turner (baseball)
... Earl Edwin Turner (May 6, 1923 – October 20, 1999) was an American professional baseball player ... Turner was a backup catcher in Major League Baseball who played in 42 total games for the Pittsburgh Pirates during the 1948 and 1950 seasons ... A native of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Turner batted and threw right-handed he stood 5 feet 9 inches (1.75 m) tall and weighed 170 pounds (77 kg) ...

Famous quotes containing the word turner:

    We inherit plots.... There are only two or three in the world, five or six at most. We ride them like treadmills.
    —Janette Turner Hospital (b. 1942)

    O shining Popocatapetl, It was thy magic hour:

    The houses, people, traffic seemed
    Thin fading dreams by day;
    Chimborazo, Cotopaxi
    They had stolen my soul away!
    —Walter James Turner (1889–1946)