unturn

unturn

(ʌnˈtɜːn)
vb (tr)
archaic to turn (something) in a reverse direction, to turn or twist (something) in the opposite direction
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The IGP directed the jawans to accept every case as a challenge and leave no stone unturn for working out it.
Ferrer noted that the city and national government should leave no stones unturn in assuring that "only quality rice and other consumer products for the matter'' are sold to the public.
In this connection, he stated sustainable peace in FATA was the top priority of incumbent Government adding that no stone would be left unturn to restore peace in this region.
I felt like I had to unturn every stone," Severson says.
Addressing the meeting, District Nazim, Mohammad Asim Khan urged all officers to leave no stone unturn in bringing improvement in the standard of education, adding for this purpose, he is also personally in contact with the provincial government.
The government must leave no stone unturn in protecting Pakistan's interests in the region," he demanded.
They further said that they will leave no stone unturn for the development in the areas.
He said that the workers of PML(N) were subjected to physical torture at polling stations , whereas Raja Nisar was murdered Government turned no stone unturn to carry out high level rigging in the polls.