Some articles on turned:
... Howl-O-Scream has featured some attractions of the park turned into "horrified" attractions at night ... This includes Serengeti Safari Tours, which was turned into Evening Serengeti Safari Tours, and Curiosity Caverns, which was turned into Dark Cavern, both in 2000 ...
... by the Indiana Department of Transportation in the summer of 2011 and turned over to local units of government ... The bridges along the route were turned over to Boone County ...
... a series regular for all four seasons on Cosby, where she played flight attendant turned lawyer turned pastry chef turned wife and teacher Erica Lucas Hall, TV daughter of Bill Cosby and Phylicia Rashād ...
... Shortly after the murder, Streleski turned himself in to the authorities, claiming he felt the murder was justifiable homicide because de Leeuw had withheld departmental awards from him ... Streleski was eligible for parole on three occasions, but turned it down as the conditions of his parole required him to not set foot on the Stanford campus ... On the other hand, I cannot predict the future." In 1993 Streleski was turned down for a fare box repair position with the San Francisco Municipal Railway after his ...
... but I had an image of a wrestler from my youth." The wrestler turned out to be Zbyszko ... Dassin said, "I was told he was dead, but it turned out he was alive and was a chicken farmer in New Jersey." He turned out to be "a beautiful, cultured, multilingual man" who looked ...
More definitions of "turned":
- (adj): Moved around an axis or center.
Famous quotes containing the word turned:
“I felt a melting in me. No more my splintered heart and maddened hand were turned against the wolfish world.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“I was here first introduced to Joe.... He was a good-looking Indian, twenty-four years old, apparently of unmixed blood, short and stout, with a broad face and reddish complexion, and eyes, methinks, narrower and more turned up at the outer corners than ours, answering to the description of his race. Besides his underclothing, he wore a red flannel shirt, woolen pants, and a black Kossuth hat, the ordinary dress of the lumberman, and, to a considerable extent, of the Penobscot Indian.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Last night you lay a-sleeping? No!
The room was thirty-five below;
The sheets and blankets turned to snow.
MHed got in: Dirty Dinky.”
—Theodore Roethke (19081963)