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turnback

(ˈtɜːnˌbæk)
n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) a part of a garment or similar item that is folded or turned back
2. archaic someone who turns back
3. the action of turning back or turning something back
4. (Railways) railways Austral a place on a railway line, road, or other route where vehicles can change direction
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Earlier this year, Attorney General Becerra led a lawsuit challenging President Trumps illegal diversion of funds to construct a wall at the southern border; he released a first-of-its-kind report on civil immigration detention facilities in California; he led a multistate amicus brief challenging the Trump Administrations Turnback Policy; and he co-led a multistate effort before the U.S.
| Kings Norton 'Turnback Siding' to create new passing places and additional space for extra Camp Hill Line services between Birmingham and Kings Norton costing up to PS35 million.
The largest projects in the five-year CIP are the terminal modernization ($450 million) and the plane-train turnback extension ($364 million).
Jet Airways B737 aircraft operating flt 9W 697 of 20th Sep 2018 (Mumbai-Jaipur) had air turnback to Mumbai.
According to the agency, prescribing a maximum stay period is a standard railway operating procedure that is implemented for security reasons and to avoid the turnback of passengers.
Chief Superintendent Joseph Adnol, PNPA director, confirmed that aside from the nine cadets who were ordered dismissed, two were meted with suspension and "turnback" or repeat of an entire school year, two were exonerated while 31 others were given demerits, touring and confinement.
'However, there was some evidence that points irresistibly to unlawful interference, such as the communications ceasing and the manual turnback of the plane not due to anomalies in the mechanical system,' he said.
Successful process was determined by its ability to reverse the declined turnback in to a normal performance and achieve sustained profitability (Barker and Duhaime 1997).
It will also ask for junctions to the HS2 line in Manchester allowing "services from Manchester Airport and Liverpool to use either an underground Northern Powerhouse Rail through station or a surface turnback station to continue east towards Leeds and the North East".
We called it the foldback, turnback or the double cuff and, as its name suggests, it was (and still is) double the length of the normal cuff.
The maneuver is usually referred to as a turnback, and was the topic of our January 2006 article, "Turnbacks Reconsidered."
The backward extension H2 of the turnback is substantially the same as the depth of the concave marking part.