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Buoyant

Describing a market where prices are trending upward, especially when they are doing so gradually.

buoyant

Of or relating to a market in which prices have a tendency to move upward.
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Surprisingly the buoy made it across the Atlantic without causing any trouble.
The unique design of the weighted buoy keeps the umbrella stable in both wind and waves, and the shade provides sun protection while floating freely in the water.
After our waveoff, the LSO directed maintenance personnel to the flight deck to remove the buoy, inspect the RSD for damage and conduct a FOD walkdown.
Trinity House was responsible for buoys in the 19th century.
Ring buoys are placed at many locations across the region to help save lives and the public should be aware their removal places lives at risk.
Most of the concerns raised thus far about wave energy buoys raise questions about whether the buoys and their undersea transmission cables could entangle whales or ensnare crab pots.
These buoys are really going to provide some new insights and understanding for ocean acidification in the Pacific-Arctic region," Mathis said.
When not connected to an SRV, the unloading buoy will be submerged 60-70 feet below the sea surface.
He assumed he would have no problem tracking them because they would all go the same way," said Scott Worrilow, who joined the Buoy Group in 1978.
The buoy deployment will be followed by Santee Cooper's installation of an offshore platform in about six months, near one of the buoy paths.
It was apparent that one of the mark buoys was destroyed, but it was not possible to provide conclusive evidence with regards to which boat had hit or destroyed the buoy," said WPPA race director, Rory Power.
Proposals include offshore buoy arrays anchored to the sea floor, smaller offshore oil-platform-like structures and onshore facilities that are built on the coastline or the end of a jetty.