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|Turn-out||(n.) A short side track on a railroad, which ...|
|Turn-out||(n.) That which is prominently brought forward or exhibited; ...|
|Turn-out||(n.) The aggregate number of persons who have come ...|
|Turn-out||(n.) Net quantity of produce yielded. ...|
|Turn-outs||(pl. ) of Turn-out ...|
|Turn-sick||(a.) Giddy. ...|
|Turn-sick||(n.) A disease with which sheep are sometimes affected; ...|
|Turnbroach||(n.) A turnspit. ...|
|Turnbull's blue||The double cyanide of ferrous and ferric iron, a ...|
|Turncoat||(n.) One who forsakes his party or his principles; ...|
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