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Formation

A pattern on a chart indicating price movement in a security. See also: Technical analysis.

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Daniel Slevin (junior, green belt) bronze in Formation, gold in Free-fighting.
Only about 1 percent of the calcium carbonate that's dissolved in the water flowing down a stalactite remains on that formation, Goldstein and his colleagues estimate.
In light of this abundant teaching, the present Instruction does not intend to dwell on all questions in the area of affectivity and sexuality that require an attentive discernment during the entire period of formation.
The amount of calcium in the bleaching system also has an effect on the formation of scale.
Characteristics of the home's occupants are said to be affected by the surrounding road formations.
5) This insight has much to offer analyses of racial difference and of racism: reconceptualizing race as an "active process", as racial formation, would merely reconcile historical scholarship with scientists' longstanding rejection of objective bases for racial differences.
Evidence of biofilm formation in chronic middle ear effusion is beginning to shed light on many of these mysteries.
While the fuel saving was greater when the F/A-18 flew in formation with the DC-8 than with another F/A-18, it was still not as great as researchers had anticipated.
We would use all of our run schemes out of the Gun formation by using the QB in the tailback position.
Rates of MEA or DEA formation were calculated against a standard curve for either MEA or DEA ran on the same day.
Although these new provisions have been effective for a very short period, early returns indicate the new capital formation opportunities are being well received.