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

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In addition to many leadership programs offered by Catholic colleges and universities across the country, the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management and Evangelium Consulting Group, our own Yeshua Catholic International Leadership Institute has been offering "Christ-centered, Catholic formational leadership training" for the past several years in the U.
In a study Shah (2009) described the geology of the Murree Formation as," the formation was composed of a monotonous sequence of dark red, purple clay, purple grey and greenish grey sandstone with subordinate intra formational conglomerate".
They cover historical perspectives on caves and karst research, formational processes in cave and karst environments, the hydrogeology of karst and epikarst, biological and archaeological interactions with caves and karst, and climate and sedimentary records preserved within caves and karst.
HS2 will have a trans formational effect, sup porting growth across the country by improving connectivity, freeing up space on our crowded rail network, promoting reg eneration, boosting skills and generating thousands of jobs.
Both view the world as a fruit of lexical confluences in a linguistically formed structure, where the basic insistence is upon the creation and creation presupposes semantic clarity assisted by the creative faculty of the body, functioning as the source of formational instinct.
Though too little too late, Allardyce insisted his side did improve during the last half hour, following several personnel and formational alterations.
Thus, the age we obtained should correspond to the formational age of this sapphire.
Such reductions also assisted in constructing the formational environment that nurtured a Dylan Roof.
And being church well means becoming a formational community whose practices--liturgical and moral alike--arise from and are made possible by the gospel message.
Pargament (2007) emphasizes that the synchronous integration of these dimensions--cognitive belief, emotion, relational dynamics, and the physical practice itself--contributes to the powerful and formational experience of worship.
If accurate, then perforce a rudimentary, affirming racial identity is the best choice for a metatheory construct for organizing all racial identity and African personality theories whether nigrescence/transformational, expanded multidimensional, or formational type (discussed below).