Turning definition

Turning means the process of mechanically mixing biological material that is undergoing a composting pro- cess with the specific intention of moving the outer, cooler sections of the material being composted to the inner, hotter sections.
Turning means that more than 10%, but not more than 30%, of the surface, in the aggregate, shows a definite change in colour from green to tannish-yellow, pink,

Examples of Turning in a sentence

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Turning this feature on will show extra navigation options to go to these specific points in time.

Turning the PC off or into hibernate logs out of Drive Encryption and prevents data access.

Turning the tension adjusting nut clockwise while keeping the cam lever from rotating increases clamping force; turning it counterclockwise while keeping the cam lever from rotating reduces clamping force.

Turning vanes shall be securely fastened to prevent noise or vibration.

Manufactured Turning Vanes for Metal Ducts: Curved blades of galvanized sheet steel; support with bars perpendicular to blades set; set into vane runners suitable for duct mounting.

Turning Movement Counts (Showing turning movement counts in the intersection diagram for each period, including truck percentage)Tab 3.

McCoy, Turning a Blind Eye: Wall Street Finance of Predatory Lending, 75 FORDHAM L.

Turning from reform to the regime’s implica- tions for sustainable development, the authors gingerly dance around the implica- tions of the spate of disputes launched against Spain for altering its renewable energy policy.

Acoustic Turning Vanes: Fabricate airfoil-shaped aluminum extrusions with perforated faces and fibrous-glass fill.

Related to Turning

Open burning means the combustion of solid waste without:
Prescribed burning means the planned application of fire to vegetation on lands selected in advance of such application, where any of the purposes of the burning are specified in the definition of agricultural burning as set forth in Health and Safety Code Section 39011.
Drum means any cylindrical metal shipping container larger than 12 gallons capacity but no larger than 110 gallons capacity.
Contractor Commercially Sensitive Information means the information listed in the Contractor Commercial Sensitive Information Annex to the Contract being information notified by the Contractor to the Authority which is acknowledged by the Authority as being commercially sensitive information.
Hazing means committing an act against a student, or coercing a student into committing an act, that creates a substantial risk of harm to a person, in order for the student to be initiated into or affiliated with a student organization, or for any other purpose. The term hazing includes, but is not limited to:
Exposed means not installed underground or "concealed" as defined above.
Comminuted means reduced in size by methods including chopping, flaking, grinding, or mincing.
Loading means the quantity of a specific substance present per unit of surface area, such as the amount of lead in micrograms contained in the dust collected from a certain surface area divided by the surface area in square feet or square meters.
Trample means to intentionally tread upon or intentionally cause a machine, vehicle, or animal to tread upon.
Commercially Sensitive Information means the Information (i) listed in the Commercially Sensitive Information Schedule; or (ii) notified to the Authority in writing (prior to the commencement of this Contract) which has been clearly marked as Commercially Sensitive Information comprised of information:
Dock means a platform-type structure extending from shoreline property over a public water body, including but not limited to platforms that provide access to boats moored on the water body.
Scalping means the situation where the Client opens too many positions in CFDs at the same time and closes them for less than five minutes or buying at Bid price and selling at Ask price, so as to gain the Bid/Ask difference.
Millage levied means the millage levied for special education pursuant to part 30 of the revised school code, MCL 380.1711 to 380.1743, including a levy for debt service obligations.
Fence means an artificially constructed barrier of any material or combination of materials erected to enclose or screen areas of land.
boundary in relation to a land unit means one or more of the cadastral lines separating the land unit from another land unit or from a road reserve;
Log means the up-to-date log that is used to track all Modifications to the Facility since the date of this Certificate as required by the Documentation Requirements conditions of this Certificate.
Bulkhead means a vertical or nearly vertical erosion protection structure placed parallel to the shore consisting of concrete, timber, steel, rock, or other permanent material not readily subject to erosion.
Flock means a group of sheep or goats, or a mixture of both species, residing on the same premises or under common ownership or supervision on two or more premises with animal interchange between the premises. Changes in ownership of part or all of a flock do not change the identity of the flock or the regulatory requirements applicable to the flock.
Competitively Sensitive Information means information regarding the Corporation or its Affiliates that PEGI determines that one or more Affiliates of PSP could reasonably be expected to use to compete with PEGI. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Agreement (including Section Article 7), in no event shall PSP be entitled to receive Competitively Sensitive Information, and PSP shall, and shall cause its Affiliates to, maintain any Competitively Sensitive Information of which any of their Representatives is or becomes aware in strict confidence; provided that the Corporation shall provide PSP with a commercially reasonable description of the nature of any Competitively Sensitive Information that would otherwise have been provided to PSP but for this ‎Section 9.1(2) and shall use commercially reasonable efforts to provide substitute disclosure to PSP that, to the greatest extent practicable under the circumstances, will enable PSP to assess the applicable opportunity relating to the Corporation or its Affiliates in substantially the same manner as if PSP had full access to such Competitively Sensitive Information and that is otherwise reasonably satisfactory to PSP.
Thoroughfare means a road, street, bridge or highway open to the public and constructed or maintained by the state or a political subdivision.
Deck means any open structure attached to the main dwelling having a height greater than 0.6 m (2.0 ft.) above ground level, and thereby requiring stairs and railings as outlined in regulations approved under the Safety Codes Act. A deck shall not have walls higher than 1.25 m (4.1 ft.) or a roof;
Cutting means to penetrate with a sharp-edged instrument and includes sawing, but does not include shearing, slicing, or punching.
Access means disclosure by the provision of access;
Ped means a unit of soil structure, such as an aggregate, crumb, prism, block, or granule formed by natural processes.
Custody means holding directly or indirectly, client funds or securities, or having any authority to obtain possession of them or has the ability to appropriate them. The investment advisor has custody if a related person holds, directly or indirectly, client funds or securities, or has any authority to obtain possession of them, in connection with advisory services the investment advisor provides to clients.
Commercially Sensitive Information Schedule means the Schedule containing a list of the Commercially Sensitive Information.