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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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The shape of the pressure pulse does not change significantly with rotor speed.
This gives a double peak in the pulse height distribution (Fig.
These simple pulses can be detected at increased distances by a factor of over ten relative to a modulated carrier.
In addition, this edition of the Pulse showed a resurgence in the importance of portfolio management as a dominant issue.
Tuning of the pulse is based on the amount of BTUs to be removed from the part.
Holman, corporate counsel of Pulse Engineering, 619-674-8250/
Then, the scientists shoot another laser pulse into the cylinder.
For initialization on power-up when a tape is present, the method of pulse probing still can be used, but we must be careful not to spin the motors.
Precessional switching requires only a single polarity pulse applied perpendicular to the device easy axis, which results in a toggle operation of the magnetic state of the device.
New Pulse 1735 PC/ABS grade includes a totally nonhalogenated flame-retardant package as an alternative to Pulse 1725, which contains bromine.
Pulse has created the world's smallest gigabit isolation transformer module," said Chris Schaffer, director of LAN Engineering for Pulse.
When a laser pulse strikes, the rippling electric and magnetic fields of its light waves shake any unattached electrons back and forth (SN: 1/22/00, p.