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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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I see a good deal of this in the realm of political writers, the media, think tanks like the Heritage Foundation--which can be counted upon to crank out advocacy research favoring religion--and sometimes in academia.
Due to the trial by fire that these products have already endured, each can be counted upon to do the job on Windows 2000.
This behavior is fundamental to survival, so the creature can be counted upon to put every ounce of energy into it.
Also residing here are microorganisms that are counted upon to ultimately degrade these toxic chemicals into benigh compounds.
And now both mobileUpdate and activeCare2 are delivered as turnkey and hassle-free solutions that can be counted upon to evolve with emerging market needs.
It's an ideal opportunity to rest up a few knocks as well and give the lads a chance to show that they can be counted upon when the chance comes.
Commissioner Thomas Rosch, in a dissent, expressed concern that Facebook could be counted upon to respect its promises.
Ninkovich, who has stepped up his game in the play-offs, will also be counted upon to limit running back Ahmad Bradshaw out of the backfield where he has been a frequent target.
The Legislature that created and profits by such abuses cannot be counted upon to remedy them.
He can be counted upon not to capitulate under pressure by the Canadian Human Rights Commission, but to stand firm in upholding the truths of Christian faith and morality as authoritatively expounded by the sacred Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Schwarzenegger's Department of Finance argues that the spillover fluctuates wildly every year, based on gas prices, and should not be counted upon as a stable source of transit funding.
In today's rapidly changing and increasingly complex environment, only the most experienced and technically proficient leaders like Dennis can be counted upon to deliver the proper solutions.