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Things turnover often describes (“turnover ________”)
disease, osteoporosis, funds, osteomalacia, jobs, relationship, items, state, time, pulse, states, industries, complex, tax, goods, flashes, proteins, test, merchandise, lesions, flash, rate, experiments, bone, osteopenia, criterion, osteodystrophy, strategy, model, granulomas, problem, figures, basis, period, group, firms, districts, intentions, products, changes, reaction, method, product, times, market, reduction, performance, type, diseases, firm, species, workers, absenteeism, occupations, sense, policy, concept, mills, pools, taxa, relevance, job, approach, employees, link, outlet, accounts, situations, business, loss, enterprises, training, tissues, situation, operation, fund

How turnover often is described (“________ turnover”)
high, rapid, annual, total, low, higher, large, average, constant, normal, quick, lower, daily, slow, frequent, voluntary, complete, considerable, foreign, excessive, retail, greater, receivable, less, fast, norepinephrine, gross, continuous, net, faster, yearly, overall, actual, heavy, substantial, cellular, reduced, monthly, highest, continual, asset, accelerated, aggregate, faunal, slower, regular, steady, noradrenaline, massive, body, enhanced, generational, enormous, worldwide, quicker, global, huge, executive, organic, tremendous, substrate, fixed, epidermal, skeletal, largest, wholesale, racial, taxable, involuntary, intracellular, minimum, managerial, legislative, nucleic, epithelial, residential

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See turnover used in context: 1 poetry verse, 10 definitions

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