Turn

Turn may refer to:

In music:

  • Turn (music), a sequence of several notes next to each other in the scale
  • Turn (band), an Irish rock group
  • Turn LP, a 2005 rock album by Turn
  • Turn (The Ex album), a 2004 punk album by The Ex
  • "Turn" (Feeder song), a 2001 alternative rock song by Feeder
  • Turn (Great Big Sea album), a 1999 fold album by Great Big Sea
  • "Turn" (song), a 1999 alternative rock song by Travis
  • Turn Records, an independent record label based in Santa Clara, California
  • "Turn", a 1981 song by Dramatis from For Future Reference
  • "Turn", a song from the 2001 album Echo Park by Welsh alternative rock band Feeder.

In other uses:

  • Inventory turns, a management concept
  • TURN or Traversal Using Relay NAT, a data-transfer protocol
  • Turn (biochemistry), an element of secondary structure in proteins
  • Turn (film), a 2001 Japanese film
  • Turn (game), a segment of a game
  • Turn (geometry), an angular unit equal to 360°
  • Turn (knot), a component of a knot
  • Turn (literature), a term in poetry also known as a volta
  • Turn (poker), the fourth of five community cards
  • Turn (policy debate), an argument that proves the opposite
  • Turn (professional wrestling)
  • The spin produced in spin bowling in cricket
  • Turns in swimming, the act of turning around at the end of a pool in swimming
  • Turn-by-turn navigation
  • Turn, a measure used by Innova Discs to evaluate flying disc performance
  • Turn inc., a cross-channel marketing SaaS company in silicon valley

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Famous quotes containing the word turn:

    the ocean, under the pulsation of lighthouses and noise of bell
    buoys,
    advances as usual, looking as if it were not that ocean in which
    dropped things are bound to sink—
    in which if they turn and twist, it is neither with volition nor
    consciousness.
    Marianne Moore (1887–1972)

    I might show facts as plain as day:
    But, since your eyes are blind, you’d say,
    “Where? What?” and turn away.
    Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830–1894)

    And then ... he flung open the door of my compartment, and ushered in “Ma young and lovely lady!” I muttered to myself with some bitterness. “And this is, of course, the opening scene of Vol. I. She is the Heroine. And I am one of those subordinate characters that only turn up when needed for the development of her destiny, and whose final appearance is outside the church, waiting to greet the Happy Pair!”
    Lewis Carroll [Charles Lutwidge Dodgson] (1832–1898)