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The anemometer at the bottom is still, but the ones higher up are turning slowly.
And these last few years the experiment hadn't been turning out well at all.
Talented craftspeople are turning food packaging into sophisticated and creative wares.
For both writers, the evening would prove a turning point.
They pack the loft turning the church's back wall into a wall of sound.
But being able to compare our genome with that of our evolutionary relatives could highlight key turning points in our evolution.
It may be our lot to experience, and in large measure to bring about, a major turning point in the long history of the human race.
Cover closely, and bake two hours, turning after the first hour.
When turning meat, avoid piercing with fork or skewer, which allows the inner juices to escape.
Drain twelve sardines and cook in a chafing-dish until heated, turning frequently.
Place in a buttered wire broiler and broil over a clear fire until juices flow, turning while broiling.
My last column centered on the new difficulties that graduate students face in turning their dissertations into books.
Study-abroad offices are turning to companies for more than simple insurance coverage.
Don't count on any part-time position turning into a full-time tenure-track job.
The hospital had feared that it might have to begin turning patients away.
Click ahead to see how they outfitted their entry, turning it into a personal paradise.
Place it upside down on the base pumpkin, turning to find a good fit.
Flowers persist beyond bloom periods, gradually turning green.
The leaves stay sweet on the plant for quite a while without turning bitter.
Some work well as espaliers, turning a blank fence or wall into a beautiful focal point.
Autumn is beautiful, with turning aspen and cool clear days.
Grill ears, turning occasionally, until lightly browned.
Aerate by turning the material every few weeks or so with a pitchfork.
You'll be turning out one great burger after another.
Fall is here and across the country, leaves are turning their traditional autumn colors.
Blood vessels in deeper layers dilate, turning the skin red: a sunburn.
We may be witnessing such a turning point in our understanding of genetic information.
The second derivative, they say, is turning positive.
But it is turning out to be a lot more complicated in practice.
So they are turning to social scientists, and in particular to anthropologists, the better to understand how telephones are used.
They're about to do it again by turning the world of work upside down.
Previous raids, hyped by the police before turning out to be false alarms, have instilled caution in a plot-weary public.
Keep your compost pile properly aerated by turning it over with a pitchfork or other yard implement.
Turning units are designed to make turning the compost relatively easy.
Keep those fans buzzing in summer instead of turning on the air conditioner.
The carousel of life keeps turning, in time showing sides you might never see while moving with it.
Composting is the process of turning your food and yard scraps into rich, fertile organic matter that feeds your garden.
Later their edges could have frayed and split, turning them into the first true feathers.
Low swells from the southwest, scattered am fog, turning to smooth seas and sunny skies by noon.
It's a remarkable comeback story, but one that could be turning full circle.
However, in olden times turning to chemical enhancement wasn't controversial-it was a given, he added.
The team will use advanced noninvasive imaging and surveying tools that can see underground without turning over a single stone.
Scientists may have found a better way of turning adult cells into stem cells.
Thought to optimize levels of dopamine and norepinephrine, enhancing concentration and turning mundane tasks into wondrous ones.
The chloride defect thickens secretions throughout the body, turning them dry and gluey.
The turning point seems to have come with the generation born in the nineteen-forties.
We're forever blaming the airline industry for turning us into monsters.
Susanne's turning, on the other hand, had been far more subtle.
He is now talking about turning himself in and having himself deported.
She has been hired to teach companies how to work with artists without turning them off.
The free lands are gone, the continent is crossed, and all this push and energy is turning into channels of agitation.
She read the note the maid had left, lighting burners and turning dials accordingly.
And there he was, frowning and finally turning away, scuffing off to the dorms alone.
We've taken a big risk by turning ruminants into unwitting cannibals and carnivores.
Three of the four stories in this collection have to do with a character turning sixty.
The injunction may forestall calamity by keeping the wheels of industry turning for an additional eighty days.
We have to get ours by going in the single file of notes, twisting and turning in graceful patterns.
And if you're turning twenty pounds of vegetables into mirepoix, a good chef's knife is actually probably more efficient.
Many companies are turning to social-media sites to gauge the success of a new product and service.
These plates conduct both electrons and lithium ions, turning it into a useful material for storing electricity.
Such advances mark a turning point after decades of slow progress.
Turning the stone direction clockwise increases that component on the steeper windshield while decreasing it on the other one.
We plan to use that system to figure out which factors in the extract are crucial for turning on gene expression.
Now he is turning his attention to finding solutions to today's energy crisis.
With computers, speech recognition software has automated the work of turning a doctor's spoken words into text.
Roll a scant teaspoon of dough into a ball and drop into sugar, turning to coat.
Tilt mold sideways and tap side of mold against a work surface, turning it, to evenly break seal and loosen cranberry sauce.
So farmers are turning to what's called the fresh market-selling directly to grocers, restaurateurs, and the public.
But once you start turning over rocks and reaching out to help people, there's a whole avalanche coming right behind it.
Needless to say, persuading movie-industry powers to delay gratification has been a slow turning.
Even expressways have collapsed, turning a drive that once took several hours into a terrifying ordeal that can last days.
We let the subject drop that night, turning to other matters.
There had to be some steep challenges turning it into a movie.
It's a way of turning a possible gangplank into a teeter-totter.
No leader who made jokes against himself was in much danger of turning dictator.
Bellows's affection for his trade is touching these days when so many papers are turning into cash machines.
Now imagine someone turning off the lights one by one.
The ultimate control, of course, would lie in turning off the energy.
Our pharmaceutical drugs are turning up in the environment and in animals.
It was an incredible, tremendous turning point for the human race.
Unexpected sophistication is also turning up among our even more ancient ancestors.
Dogs follow our gaze, our pointing fingers, and our turning heads.
But researchers are turning up evidence suggesting that epigenetic inheritance may be at work in humans as well.
These new mountains, by turning flat savannas to rugged foothills, may have robbed the terror birds of their habitat.
With the microtubules turning to mush, the axon begins to relax and lose its kinks.

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