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Used in the context of general equities. Conjunction that denotes trade execution /indication, usually during a pre-opening look. "Looks 6 on 6000 shares at opening." See: for/at.
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In the summer you will save on air conditioning as your avocado tree(s) will grow up to 60 feet or taller, shading your house.
This concerns scientists, because as Wille explains, "The mountain forests that coffee grows well in are also fragile and host some of the world's highest biodiversity.
Canada yew grows naturally throughout Northern Ontario and its range stretches from Newfoundland to the Manitoba border.
Carton liner and slug wrap represents 223 million lb and will grow 5%/yr to 258.
If there's too much moisture, the vines grow too many leaves, grapes don't ripen on time, and fruit quality suffers.
Here, the argument has to contend with the consensus of modern macroeconomics about what makes a modern economy grow.
Our urban champs thrive in cemeteries, parks, and backyards where they have the space to grow both above and below ground, have less competition for nutrients and sunlight than they would have in a forest setting, and receive individualized tree care.
The Usage Note at grow in American Heritage 4 observes "The transitive use applied to business and nonliving things is quite new.
Only 667 acres are used to grow coffee, while the remaining 123 acres have been maintained as a 100 to 130-feet high tropical rain forest.
is expected to grow less than Germany and France because of the strength of the pound sterling, which will depress export markets.
When doctors saw the burns covering more than 85 percent of his body -- so deep that the skin would never grow back -- they thought Emerson would die.