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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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and we'll go until sundown, counting as many birds as we can,'' said Angie Kobabe, one of about 80 Conejo Valley Audubon Society members out early Sunday for the Christmas Bird Count.
Oddly enough, by this measure, the infinite set of counting numbers {1, 2, 3, .
For major elements (where the peak intensity is much greater than background), the choice of x-ray line and of spectrometer crystal (where different choices are available) is governed simply by the criterion of maximum intensity (and hence minimum counting time for given statistical uncertainty).
I am passionate about this cause and plan to team up with other key partners to communicate the potential life-saving benefits of Kick Counting," continued Dr.
Lyon argues that both groups were counting how many eggs they perceived as their own and that the accepting birds were fooled by the counterfeits.
Adding to the difficulty is the idea that the uncertainties may change for different types of samples, the standards used, the counting statistics, and the correction factors used to finally determine the concentrations.
Companies that engage in cycle counting commonly estimate inventory shrinkage from the time of the last physical inventory count to year-end (stub period) for both financial and tax accounting purposes.
AutoCount(TM) automated counting systems feature patent-pending "double-count detect" technology that virtually eliminates the incidence of errors in product batching operations.
Counting [is] virtually impossible for them, suggesting that their preserved subitizing abilities are not based on serial counting.
The AEAT-84AD-LBSC0 with 12-bit resolution is capable of counting up to 4,096 revolutions.
Because of the last-minute registrations, many counties had to delay counting absentee ballots in the days prior to the election.