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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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Smoke billows above houses in Ward End Picture: Waqas Hussain
com, the Billow was developed by CEO/Founder Marnie Rustemeyer who conceived and designed the Billow following her diagnosis with the breast cancer gene mutation, a mastectomy and subsequent reconstructive surgeries.
Birkin notes a "recklessness which became more pronounced as Billow rose, during the 1880s and 1890s, to veritable guru status on the German musical scene" (p.
A portrait on page 84 of Walker's tonic demonstrates that Billow in his early days looked remarkably like Liszt: the same large, soulful, protuberant eyes, the same long face and long hair.
BLAZE: Thick black smoke billows across St John's Road, near Lipton Close, in Bootle Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
Neighbours described how the fire blew the windows out of the mid-terraced property, causing flames to climb up the house and smoke to billow into the street.
Since such tissue doesn't billow as well, patients have trouble inhaling fresh air and expelling low-oxygen air.
In other words, the same forces that cause airplanes to soar also make shower curtains billow.
The restaurant and shops were evacuated and part of the street cordoned off; Plumes of smoke billow from the roof
Billow also has been a franchisee for Ritter's Frozen Custard, and he spent seven years with McDonald's.
MASSIVE BLAZE: Thick plumes of black smoke were visible over 20 miles away (above), and (left) a policeman surveys the scene as smoke and flames billow from the Distillex plant