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Count

On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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There was little to count upon in the African-American community, and local teams were no exception.
Any politician who dares to become a critic can count upon damaging attacks from both editorial writers and news reporters, accusing him or her of "political meddling" with the non-political Federal Reserve.
in an effort to find a couple of thousand or more whom they could count upon to vote against the union.
The survey results proved that not only can healthcare providers, software or service companies accrue the benefits of hosting, they can also count upon Connectria to reliably and securely support their HIPAA compliance initiatives.
What they could not count upon was Gunter Benko refusing two penalty claims, then sending off David Batty with six minutes left.
Of course, the big bass drum we count upon is here, too, used to good effect in the Fanfare mad adding spectacle elsewhere, but it does begin getting tiresome in piece after piece.
Portugal's finest losing their spark They were so often decent yardsticks which punters could count upon but this season's Portuguese Champions League representatives are below par.
LLCP seems like a genuine caring successful organization that we can trust and count upon.
The club has been able to count upon the services of some of topclass coaches in recent times," said director of cricket Ashley Giles.