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The performance of a stock relative to its industry or the performance of an industry relative to the market as a whole. A stock (or industry) that outperforms its industry (or market) for a given period of time is seen as a bullish sign for that stock (or industry). The concept is also called relative strength.

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The corresponding figures were 37% for egg length, 31% for egg width, 16% for breaking strength and 15% for shell thickness.
5 g laterally and rearward would become the maximum forces that a securement device should withstand without exceeding the device's breaking strength.
However, the discrepancy between the measured breaking strength and the strength calculated from the surface energy contribution alone is much larger for more ductile materials.
The grafted site showed satisfactory breaking strength, extensibility, energy absorption and total dilatation capacity on 60th postoperative day.
Schindler Aramid ropes provide the same breaking strength as steel ropes but with much lower weight, and they also have a high coefficient of friction and high reverse-bending strength.
A strip of skin containing the wound was removed and tested for breaking strength.
When we dunked the biscuits by applying hot tea we found the breaking strength went down.
This effect, plus the tensile strength of the binder itself, appears to explain the high breaking strength and good handleability of these cores.
2-octyl cyanoacrylate formulas feature greater breaking strength and broader use in clinical applications than existing n-butyl-2-cyanoacrylates.
20Mm Mass Of Basic Fabric Is 50 To 60 Gsm, Mass Of Proofed Fabric Is 150 Gsm To 160 Gsm Testing As Per Is 7016 Part-1/1982 Ra 2003 Breaking Strength Of Proofed Fabric Warp 60 Kgf Weft 40 Kgf Testing Asper Is 7016 Part-2/1981 Ra 2003 .
PHOENOCORD's outstanding properties include high breaking strength coupled with high capacity as well as a long working life reducing the need for costly maintenance.