what does "turn from "here mean?
In Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy's Hyannis Port home the maid, Dora Lawrence, shouted up from the first floor at Ann Gargan, "Ann, Ann! Did you hear? Did you hear?" Ann, about to leave for Detroit, turned from her uncle's nurse with irritation. The maid was always panicking. If poodles slipped outdoors, she would wring her hands. But this was too much—her shrillness was apt to waken Uncle Joe or Aunt Rose.