turn attention

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After Supreme Court decision, Texas' gay and lesbian parents turn attention to birth certificates, The Dallas Morning News
They appealed to the authorities and media to turn attention to their problems, Turmush reports.
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Devils now turn attention to their Challenge Cup semi-final second leg match against Coventry Blaze, who won 4-1 in the first game at the Skydome.
We also take a look at the Malaysian Budget, turn attention to Malta and Kazakhstan, and much more.
Syria's representative said that the US delegation brought a perjurious witness to the Security Council session is both a formal infringement and an attempt to turn attention away from reality, asserting that the ICC is a politicized entity tailor-made to extort and pressure third-world countries.
Lambert spoke of how proud he was of his players afterwards but now wants them to quickly turn attention to their next challenges.
And he quickly tried to turn attention to home games with West Ham United and Fulham - games Newcastle now need to get something out of to pull away from the bottom of the top flight table.
Today investors are turn attention to consumer confidence data and Chicago PMI.
He has had to turn attention away from the neckand-neck race to co-ordinate plans for dealing with the most extreme weather the US has experienced since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
Giggs was also quick to turn attention back to football when asked about the politics surrounding Team GB.
Jol was keen to turn attention away from any potential grudge match, although he seemingly made a jibe at his counterpart.