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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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Astronomers think the bulge could have formed in two different ways: it may have formed when the Milky Way Galaxy merged with other galaxies; or it may have formed without the help of external influences as an outgrowth of the bar, which itself forms from the evolving galactic disk.
As a result, their old bulges did not stay properly tethered to the hair follicle when the newly growing hair pushed past it.
But experts, all the way from the World Bank to World Watch Institute, warn that this youth bulge could be either a blessing or a curse, or, in their lingo, a demographic dividend or a time bomb, depending on how governments address the challenge.
But this fossil bulge process cannot fully account for the current shape of the moon.
Pakistan is now experiencing its largest ever youth bulge.
Today, those bulges are clustered in the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa, including Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Uganda, Yemen and Somalia.
The team proposes that the central starburst is the first flicker of what will become a spherical bulge like the one in the Milky Way's center, but much larger.
We used the MeltCalc software that incorporates the thermodynamic effect of bulges on Tm predictions to design 1 probe with a 40-nt omission in the bovine MC1R melanocortin 1 receptor gene (MC1R), which we then tested experimentally.
The laser line sensor is said to increase the data density or amount of profile information to detect small bulges or depressions that might be missed by single point sensors.
At high velocity the central portion of the bullet bulges, and the petals come to rest on that bulge, which prevents them from breaking off and provides increased frontal diameter.
The role of larger bulges in the QR algorithm is controversial.
Periodically inspect stored batteries for defects such as bulges, cracks or leaks and monitor their expiration dates.