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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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An analysis of the Hubble data supports the idea that the Milky Way's bulge formed first and that its stellar inhabitants were born very quickly -- in less than roughly 2 billion years.
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.
The fifth applicator to be introduced for use with CoolSculpting, the CoolFit applicator allows physicians to easily customize patients' treatment plans, particularly in areas with longer and hard-to-reach fat bulges.
BULGE 3FREE The new bra at Sainsbury's designed to beat back fat
To achieve good sealing of the ends during thermoforming, available extrusion dies were modified to produce the exact size (inner and outer diameter) with a clearance to match the plugs in the open tube bulge testing system utilized for AFTF as described in the next section.
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.
QR algorithm, bulges, shift blurring, pole placement
If a suit is too tight, it can cause the skin to bulge so try a suit a size bigger.
Check the packaging and the batteries for leaks, stains, bulges,cracks or other signs of damage.
Disc bulges present in unloaded condition were augmented with axial loading and a disc bulge that was not detected during the unloaded condition was measured during axial loading (Table 1).