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Pattern

A technical chart formation used to make market predictions by following the price movements of securities.

Pattern

The graphical representation on a chart of a trend in security prices. Technical analysts identify patterns for a security and predict future price movements in part by matching current patterns with previous patterns.

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Spello features free-form geometric patterns that are modern and gentle.
Mediterranean colors in floral and geometric patterns were a main theme at TIP, as seen at such companies as Prestigious Textiles and Curtina.
The scenes are surrounded by borders of 17th century floral and geometric patterns or Chinese inspired dragons and monsters that she found on some 16th century tiles.
Geometric patterns are generally hard-edged, but they do surprisingly well when combined with softness, so finally, use them in moderation and ideally sit pieces with geometric designs against plain, complementary surfaces where they can do their job - and simply look fabulous.
Geometric patterns are generally hard-edged, but they do surprisingly well when combined with softness, so finally, use them in moderation and ideally sit pieces against plain, complementary surfaces where they can do their job - and simply look fabulous.
SOFT AND SUBTLE Geometric patterns can be soft and sweet too, introducing circles and swirls and tonal colours to produce a more relaxing atmosphere - pretty important in the bedroom.
Geometric patterns lend themselves perfectly to fabric and can easily turn functional furniture, like a sofa or chair, into a striking statement piece.
Geometric patterns lend themselves perfectly to fabric and can "Softer on the eye, circular geometric-style prints are also making an impact and are a great way to introduce the trend into a space and give it a stylish uplift.
Many elements of Oman are apparent in her work, such as the delicate, light colours, the Islamic geometric patterns, the architecture, and the space.
These stents also have outer surfaces with geometric patterns to minimize migration after implantation, and can be manufactured by injection molding.
Associate professor Markus Buehler of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, MIT, and co-authors used computer-optimized designs of soft and stiff polymers placed in geometric patterns that replicate nature's own patterns, and a 3-D printer that prints with two polymers at once.