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Low

The smallest price of a stock over a given period of time, especially when the price has first been reached. That is, when a stock's prices have dipped below the previous record for a given period of time, analysts and reporters say that prices have reached "a new low." This is generally considered a bearish sign, especially when other indicators are also bearish.
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And more than 250 football fans from Groundhoppers UK could see them crowned champions as they descend on the Lowland League for a weekend feast of football.
In fact, in several instances they lost power before the several multiyear droughts struck, beginning in the late AD 700s, as was the case in the Petexbatun area and parts of the western lowlands.
Sharon Redrobe, zoological director, said: "Because the western lowland gorilla is such an endangered animal every gorilla birth is important.
To explore this hypothesis, which is consistent with the Holt and Fryxell (2011) model for migration, we compare the frequency of the fine-scale summer movement on the lowlands and the highlands, and compare resource selection functions (RSFs) for highland and lowland moose in GMNP.
Sabloff provide an up-to-date, human-environment systems theory in which they put together the degree of environmental and economic stress in the area that served as a trigger or tipping point for the Central Maya Lowlands.
The scientist said that the more genetically-diverse upland sheep such as the Welsh Mountain were harder to produce lambs from, meaning they had to be crossed with lowland breeds, meaning they were more genetically rich.
To identify the suitability of lowland and upland switchgrass ecotypes for California, and to test the adaptation of the crop itself, we established trials in July 2007 at four California locations with different climate characteristics and soil attributes (tables 1 and 2).
Western Lowland gorillas are endangered and Taronga Zoo is part of a global breeding program.
Upland farms had an average production cost of 160p/kg liveweight and recovered 88% of expenses, while the average lowland farm had production costs totalling 155p/kg and recovered 95% of costs.
Dear EarthTalk: has the recent violence in the democratic republic of Congo threatened the populations of lowland gorillas?
Cannock Chase is the largest surviving area of lowland heathland in the Midlands.
Lowland meadows have become a rare habitat, suffering a massive decline with 95% being lost in the last century as farming practice has changed.