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Ramp

A slang term for a market rally that occurs quickly and decisively. For example, a stock that has generally been flat or in decline but suddenly jumps 9% in a few hours may be said to experience a ramp.
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Shifting ballast to the stern to decrease the loading ramp angles.
Godin Enterprises has manufactured and sold about 4,000 Get-In Ramps.
They set up a program to supervise volunteer ramp builders.
Fewer people using the ramp chose it for ascending to the store (59%) than for descending to the lower level concourse of the mall (72%).
Leading publishers using RAMP include -Thomson Reuters, FOXNews, ABCNews, NBC, Dow Jones, Meredith, and others.
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5 million project included building an exit ramp eastbound on Highway 1 to southbound on Highway 48, and an entrance ramp northbound on Highway 48 to eastbound on Highway 1 to ensure safe access on and off Highway 1.
A hand operated hydraulic pump quickly raises the ramp to the required height and they are equipped as standard with 1.
The RVCA ramp contest was an intimate affair, with an invite list of the mini-elite and their fans.
A recent 'test' in the Twin Cities, where the ramp meters were turned off--and then turned back on after the public demanded it--seems to confirm that perception.
Whichever ramp you choose, it should be wide enough for your dog to comfortably stand and walk on, strong enough to remain firm under your dog's weight, and have a non-slip surface.