Definitions for "Turnover"
Losing of the offensive turn. Can happen if the offensive team cannot gain the necessary yards on the fourth down, or at any point if the ball is taken by the defense by making a interception or recovering a fumble. Pallon menetys vastustavalle joukkueelle (Pinomaa)
Just as in basketball or in football, you can make a turnover in hockey by losing control of the puck to the opposing team.
The collective name for interceptions or fumbles that are recovered by the opposition. Any play where the offense turns the ball over to the defense.
An apprentice, in any trade, who is handed over from one master to another to complete his time.
(1) For markets, it is the volume of shares traded for a period as a percentage of the total shares listed. (2) For mutual funds, it is a measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund. (3) For accounting, it is the number of times a given asset is replaced during an accounting period. (4) For corporate finance, it is the ratio of annual sales to net worth. (5) For portfolios, it is the rate at which securities from the portfolio are exchanged for other securities of the same class.
Mutual Funds: A measure of trading activity during the previous year, expressed as a percentage of the average total assets of the fund. A turnover ratio of 25% means that the value of trades represented one-fourth of the assets of the fund. Finance: The number of times a given asset, such as inventory, is replaced during the accounting period, usually a year. Corporate: The ratio of annual sales to net worth, representing the extent to which a company can growth without outside capital. Markets: The volume of shares traded as a percent of total shares listed during a specified period, usually a day or a year. Great Britain: total revenue.
A semicircular pie or tart made by turning one half of a circular crust over the other, inclosing the fruit or other materials; as, an apple turnover.
empañada—Dough stuffed with meat, potatoes, cheese, and/or beans.
made by folding a piece of pastry over a filling
an important regulatory component of gene expression and is significantly influenced by ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes which form on the mRNA
a very specific process requiring information contained in coding regions of the mRNA and in non-coding regions, known as "untranslated regions," or UTRs
What Arrow call a 180-degree roll.
When turnover is mentioned in gymnastics it is referring to rotating the body along the axis through the hips perpedicular to line of sight with the head straight forward. For example aggressive turnover on the front swing on rings means to quickly drive your toes towards the ceiling, thus inverting your body and enabling your swing to travel upward.
The action of the ball during a punt. The ball travels in an upward spiral in to the air, then at the peak of the punt, the leading point of the ball starts to head back to the ground. Picture an arrow or a javelin in flight. The front part of the arrow (lead point of the ball) starts with the point up, and then as the arrow (ball) it reaches its peak, the arrow tip (lead point of the ball) heads back towards the ground.
Keywords:  upset, sled, badly, bruised, carriage
The act or result of turning over; an upset; as, a bad turnover in a carriage.
the act of upsetting something; "he was badly bruised by the upset of his sled at a high speed"
A thorough mixing of all the layers in a lake. It usually occurs in the spring and/or fall in deeper lakes.
The mixing of lake water from top to bottom after a period of stable stratification. This typically occurs in fall and is caused by wind and seasonal cooling of surface waters.
Fall cooling and spring warming of surface water increases density, and gradually makes temperature and density uniform from top to bottom. This allows wind and wave action to mix the entire lake. Mixing allows bottom waters to contact the atmosphere, raising the water's oxygen content. However, warming may occur too rapidly in the spring for mixing to be effective, especially in small sheltered kettle lakes.
the ratio of new employees to established employees. (666)
The rate of replacement of employees.
Separation of all non-temporary employees from the Executive Branch workforce (excluding higher education) for at least some brief period of time. Transfers between state agencies is not considered turnover.
Players are playing for "turnover" when they play as many tiles as they can in order to draw as many new tiles as possible. By playing for turnover, a player maximizes his or her chances of drawing the better tiles.
Players are going for "turnover" when they play as many tiles as possible in order to draw as many new tiles as possible. By playing for turnover (usually using 5 or 6 tiles in one play), a player maximizes his/her chances for drawing the better tiles (In order from first to fifth they are: blank, S, E, X, Z). If you have played 60 tiles in a game, you had a 60% chance of drawing the good tiles. That's a 50% better chance than your opponent had.
The total number of tiles eliminated from the rack during a move. Early in a game, players usually try for a "high turnover" in pursuit of power tiles.
an essential part of regulation of gene expression, it can control the abundance of a given transcript and it is needed for elimination of maturation by - products or aberrant transcripts
an important, but largely ununderstood, process in gene regulation during animal development, Dr
an important cellular strategy for post-transcriptional control of gene expression
Describes changes in the work force resulting from voluntary or involuntary resignations.
(Labor)   Separation of an employee from an establishment (voluntary, involuntary, or other).
voluntary accumulation plan window-dressing
A subfunction of Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS that is activated when Tivoli Workload Scheduler for z/OS creates an updated version of the current plan.
Keywords:  overturn, see
see " Overturn."
Keywords:  postcode, reef, landlord, tanks, move
The rate at which tenants move in and out of a rental building. A high turnover rate results in added expenses to the landlord.
The rate at which people move in and out of a postcode.
The rate of water flow through a filter. A high turnover rate is recommended for reef tanks.
Admitting of being turned over; made to be turned over; as, a turnover collar, etc.
A defect of any tear, cut or hole in the sheet which is folded over during slitting, winding, or printing. It is often at the edge of the roll.
A handling device which screws into a die or die section for handling or turning over. Usually referring to a J-hook, but also called a die hook or handling hook. Also see turnover device.
The place where a line ends and the text continues on the next one. Word processors automatically cause turnovers whenever TEXT continues past the right-hand limit of the TYPE PAGE. The bell on old typewriters was there to indicate that a turnover should be applied.
Telephone switching testamentary trust
Keywords:  correlate, depression
a correlate of depression
The balance between synthesis and degradation of a product.
A design in which the motif is flipped horizontally or vertically. Details...
Keywords:  crew, scene, ready, cameras, filming
This is a command to the camera crew to start the cameras running. It means they are about to start filming the scene - so be ready
Keywords:  merchandise, see
See "Merchandise Turnover."
Keywords:  invoice, gross, customer, paid, amount
The gross amount paid by the customer, i.e. gross invoice value.
Keywords:  race, meeting, invested, money, amount
amount of money invested on a race or race meeting.
On this site: The length of time people work in a particular job or industry eg, an industry where most people work for only one to two years has high turnover.
people changing jobs between different employers.
Keywords:  edge, see
see turned edge