To turn in

To bend inward.
To enter for lodgings or entertainment.
To go to bed.

See also: Turn, Turn, Turn

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Not for the organization sponsoring the event, not for the people working the event, nor for the people bringing guns to the event to turn in. Just because law enforcement chooses to turn a blind eye to the infractions does not make them legal.
Remember, units are not authorized to turn in items directly to DLA Disposition Services without first going through their supply support activity (SSA) accountable officers.
It required doctors and elementary school teachers to turn in any illegal immigrants they identified, not just to turn them away.
Distribution of 41 percent new production was designated to fill unit shortages, and these units did not have vehicles to turn in. The stand-up of the new Stryker brigades generated few to no displaced vehicles.
"From Mozambique to El Salvador, from the Republic of Georgia to Newark, N.J., gun owners -- legal or illegal -- are being encouraged to turn in their weapons in return for money, food, footwear, or farm tools," observed the May 4, 2000 Christian Science Monitor.