This week marks the return of an old friend, who comes to us now at the turn of the tide.
Finally, at around 1920, it was my turn , and I walked out into the field to be met by the pilot.
Jurors continued along the track, with Mr Latham pausing to point out a site where a car would have been able to make a three-point turn .
At one point, Currie found himself up by the patient's head, which gave him a bit of a funny turn .
Ms Wilkins says until the unexpected turn of events she faced a grim Mother's Day.
Last week, it was the turn of the Limerick Leader and the Buckley clan.
The opening has signalled a turn of the tide for unionism in Australia.
His comic turn failed to save him from nine months' hard labour.
But the last two games have been pretty dire, and we are all fervently hoping that tomorrow we will see the turn of the tide!
If one of them could take a funny turn just before the race, that would be perfect.