Helen did not allow these manifestations of suffering to deflect her from her task. He turned out to be right; It turned out that he was right. The soul loves honor, and passion tempts it to deflect its pathway. Generally, however, I would not want to disable shadowing messages, since shadowing is a serious problem. That rebuke of Barber's seemed to deflect Cis's interest from the rooms to herself. It's your turn to choose a record; You'll have to wait your turn in the bathroom.
I hate when I have to turn off a record because I don't have time to listen to the whole thing -- so I decided to make an album that can be easily digested in one sitting,'' said Jennings, who appears tonight at the Avalon in Hollywood Teddy Thompson, son of folk royalty Richard and Linda Thompson, opens and noon Saturday for a set at Tower Records on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica. Revolve refers especially to movement in an orbit around a center, but is sometimes exchangeable with rotate, which refers only to the motion of a body around its own center or axis: The moon revolves about the earth. Her hair turned white; The shock turned his hair white. Trousers with turn-ups are not fashionable at the moment. Eddy denotes rapid circular movement like that of a whirlpool: Storm clouds eddied overhead.
It may appear before or after the particle. . It may appear before or after the particle. It would have taken more time than we had to deflect us enough to avoid a smash. He turned the horse loose in the field. You should disable shadowing message for that second t, if you don't want to see it. This may be inconvenient though, since you'd have to rename all functions in a package, even those that don't conflict.
Turn, cast, twist are colloquial in use and imply a bent, inclination, or habit. Turn off at the next exit so we can have lunch. Turn means a tendency or inclination for something: a turn for art. Turn off the highway on the dirt road. Since the affair with Piper he had not, however, again offered to deflect a bat. Seagulls circled above the ocean. He gave the handle a turn.
They took turns to look after the baby. Turn, revolve, rotate, spin indicate moving in a more or less rotary, circular fashion. I turned off the tap. Using Block above served to localize the code where the first or second definition of g is used. A much simple method is to just refer to symbols by their long names. Cigarette smoking really turns me off. They turned the escaped prisoner in to the police.
If the object is a pronoun, then it must be before the particle. Don't worry — it'll turn up again. He turned on the radio. Morel turns her love and attention to Paul. He turned up at our house. The show opened with a comedy turn.
Rotate refers to movement around an object's own axis or center: Earth rotates on its axis once each day. Revolve involves orbital movement: Earth revolves around the sun. To turn up one's nose as an expression of contempt is attested from 1779. His fortunes have taken a turn for the better; Her health has taken a turn for the worse. He turned away in disgust; The police turned away the crowds. In many cases, personal computers and other machines are designed to recognize a user event where the power key is pressed down and they do all of the required work themselves. Because he works so hard, his boss turns a blind eye when he comes in late.
Petersburg as a whole and the first time ever that the IndyCar Series cars turned both right and left. I turned on the tap. He got tired and turned back; The travellers were turned back at the frontier. Turn is the general and popular word for motion on an axis or around a center, but it is used also of motion that is less than a complete circle: A gate turns on its hinges. Turning point is attested by 1836 in a figurative sense; literal sense from 1856.
There are eighty turns of wire on this aerial. The big Indian held his war club in front of him, as if to deflect bullets. The factory turns out ten finished articles an hour. There is a turnstile at the entrance to the football ground. If the object is a pronoun, then it must be before the particle. A large crowd turned out to see the procession.