Bulge


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Bulge

A short-lived stock price increase. Synonymous with bubble.

Bulge

Especially in commodities, a rapid and sometimes short-lived increase in a security's price. It is an informal term, often synonymous with bubble.
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We ate dinner, a hurried and anxious meal for me with eighteen men abroad on the sea and beyond the bulge of the earth, and with that heaven-rolling mountain range of clouds moving slowly down upon us.
Catch hold of that pile of wollumes, Wegg, or it'll bulge out and burst into the mud.
In many places the seams of his garments had parted across the bulges of body.
Sometimes we'll see a bulge on one side of the case but not the other.
That applied to nothing as much as the Battle of the Bulge, one of the pivotal clashes of that historic struggle.
If a low-fat diet isn't causing our national waistline to bulge, what is?
An outward movement of the shell is a bulge leading to excessive casting dimensions in the bulged areas.
Now a group of astronomers led by Asa Bluck of the University of Victoria in Canada have found a (relatively) simple relationship between the colour of a galaxy and the size of its bulge: the more massive the bulge the redder the galaxy, Sciencedaily reported.
In this case, Quillen and her colleagues considered the forces acting on the stars in or near the bulge.
According to reports, the Welshman has a slipped disc on the L5 -S1 vertebrae and a bulge on the L4 -L5.
The Battle of the Bulge, fought in Belgium from Dec.
Panzers in winter; Hitler's army and the Battle of the Bulge.