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Zig Zag

In technical analysis, an indicator of the momentum of a security when its price trend changes. Because the indicator does not begin to function until the price trend changes, many technical analysts use it to confirm a trend rather than to predict one. In any case, the zig zag indicator helps technicians profit from trend changes.
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Each has moving eyes, speaks three phrases and possesses a unique moving function: Lightning McQueen does wheelies, Mater wobbles, Ramone hops, Sally zig zags, Doc Hudson sputters and speeds and Tractor rolls back (SRP $12.
Aidans First School, Skelmanthorpe as the 'zig zags', with a clear message about just how risky parking on the zig zags can be.
If someone was on the double yellow lines or the zig zags and a child was trying to cross, drivers would probably not see them until the last moment.
This Contract is for the establishment of a childcare provision (for children aged 2 to 5 years), located at: Zig Zags Children~s Centre, 32 Market Street, Torquay, TQ1 3AQ.
The provision will be separately registered but act as a service to families accessing Zig Zags Children~s Centre and the surrounding area.
Unfortunately it is quite a problem for the majority of the 20 schools in the area and we hope that seeing the poster will make parents think twice before parking up on the zig zags.
A Swansea Council spokesman said, 'People have been ignoring the no parking zig zags so this is something extra to remind them what they are there for.
Schools are erecting giant banners outside their gates depicting children lying down on yellow zig zag road markings.
Having just seen the article about the crackdown on illegal parking in Cardiff, I was shocked to read one motorist was immediately fined for parking on double yellow lines, and yet the driver of a Royal Mail van was given a few minutes' grace to return to his van and let off without a fine, despite parking on zig zags.
She zig zags downward, then lands on a pink-slippered toe, later spiraling down as if evaporating altogether.
Road safety officers at Middlesbrough Council chose the school to launch a new banner displaying the words 'Keep our Zig Zags Clear.