Now turn the light on and off a few times.
I turned my back on him and took a step or two away.
No other woman could turn him on the way she had.
I turned my back on her and went to the door.
He turned kind eyes on me and held out his arms.
He had not tried to turn his back on death.
But I didn't know he was going to turn on me.
Now the one time I really need help, you turn your back on me.
He never let any of the four get behind him, or turned his back on them.
Finally, local phone companies are beginning to turn on each other.
In fact, he has snapped back at him both on the court and off.
I put the phone back and snapped on the television.
Snapping on the light in the morning room, he looked around.
But I said you would snap out of it on your own.
She reached inside the door and snapped on the light.
He snapped on the light for a second, to be sure of his step, then turned it off.
He could see her because she had snapped on the bedroom light.
The general's black eyes snapped on hearing Tom say this.
She got up from bed and snapped on the bathroom light.
He wrote it so hard that the lead snapped on the last letter.
They can switch on and off a billion times a second.
The young student had gone in before them and switched on the light.
I switched on the reading light at the head of my bed.
She went to the door and switched on the light.
He put out a hand and switched on a light.
She switched on the light and got out of bed.
She put out her hand and switched on the light.
A very old couple came in and switched on the television.
He switched on the light, sat up and looked around.
He opened his front door and switched on the light.