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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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The need to limit the voltage in order to obtain a certain resolution necessitates longer counting times to compensate for the reduced intensities, and may also require the choice of x-ray lines of lower excitation energy (L rather than K, or M rather than L).
The Coinstar network currently delivers the company's self-service coin counting product to more than 5,400 leading supermarkets in 38 U.
What is involved in improving the counting statistics?
The companies used cycle counting and generated shrinkage accruals for the stub period from the last physical count to the end of the tax year in computing year-end inventory and cost of goods sold.
334) calculate small quantities by employing either basic counting skills or nonmathematical subitizing mechanisms.
Gainco's AutoCount(TM) units are designed and constructed for rugged, dependable performance, counting accuracy, and user-friendly interfaces.
I love counting birds,'' said Hall, who works as director of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, a private nonprofit research center in Camarillo.
Reisman shows that the fact that the value of a loaf of bread equals the value of the flour required to produce it plus the value added by the baker in its production, does not entitle one to forget the value added by the baker and view the value of the bread as counting simply the value of the flour.
Kean said the card counting stopped after the majority was reached.
These locations can include financial institutions that receive deposits from Coinstar coin counting machines, as well as service centers that receive notification when a machine is full or requires service.
This gives a good overview, a spot check, you could say,'' explained Pat Heirs, a Beverly Hills public relations specialist who was out counting birds at Sepulveda Basin.