Envelope

(redirected from peplos)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Envelope

In technical analysis, two moving averages of a security's price indicating its upper and lower limits. That is, a price tends not to move above the higher moving average or below the lower moving average. Analysts use envelopes to help them determine buy and sell signals. When a price reaches the higher moving average, analysts may declare a sell signal, while they may declare a buy signal when a price reaches the lower moving average.
References in periodicals archive ?
In this respect, Helen's peplos straddles two different categories of biographical objects: guest-gifts and exemplary works of craftsmanship.
Aunque el peplos femenino se opone al khiton de los hombres y, aunque, a lo largo de su historia, aquella palabra parece revelar a veces un uso fluctuante, de Homero a Plutarco, la oposicion del peplos y del khiton permanece pertinente (50).
2) It depicts the god as a standing, bearded man wearing a chiton underneath a peplos with kolpos and overfold.
Suena con la hostia que se alza en la misa,/ y se envuelve en peplos de nubes albares.
Based upon the Greek peplos, this draped red silk dress was classically simple and totally effective with its soft draperies apparently unstitched, merely caught up with invisible pins.
66) While the statue may, at this stage of the ceremony, be without clothing, we know that in the Athenian ceremony the laundering of Athena's peplos was a very important part of the ritual.
Dissection showed that the peplos of tumor tissue was integrated and showed no evidence of infestation or metastasis.
Muy de cierto Cipris, al inducir a alguna de las aqueas a ir detras de los troyanos, a quienes ahora ama de modo terrible, por acariciar a alguna de las aqueas de bellos peplos, se lastimo su tierna mano con un dorado broche".
The aim of Pelops's armed chariot race was marriage with Hippodameia, whom scholars now identify with the figure on the east pediment plucking at her peplos (K; Figs.
According to Pausanias, it was Hippodameia herself who, in gratitude for her marriage to Pelops, instituted the female games as a festival to Hera by offering a peplos to the goddess--a peplophoria that, at least anagrammatically, suggests that Pelops himself was the figure of that offering.
En uno de ellos nos transmite una costumbre religiosa de su tiempo: el ofrecimiento de peplos a las divinidades femeninas.
Y tus peplos solo al pasar los tiempos los mueven, como las brisas a los mares.