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Ramp

A slang term for a market rally that occurs quickly and decisively. For example, a stock that has generally been flat or in decline but suddenly jumps 9% in a few hours may be said to experience a ramp.
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Meanwhile, there also will be intermittent lane or ramp diversions and restrictions or closures at the Interstate 5/Beltline interchange as that major reconstruction and expansion project moves forward.
Side flares may not be steeper than 1:10 (the side flares can be eliminated where there is no pedestrian traffic crossing the curb ramp from side to side)
The Texas Ramp Project built a beautiful, wonderful ramp for me, which gives me the freedom to come and go," said one ramp recipient.
Also included are the various factors that need to be taken into consideration when deciding whether to rent or buy a yard ramp.
Because the only dude that really needs to be shooting photos at my ramp is Burnett.
When a snowboarder pushes off the top of a half-pipe, -- pulls the boarder down the ramp.
The Ramp Management and Control Handbook addresses several key topics associated with planning, implementing, operating, and maintaining on- and off-ramps.
The ramp captured first prize for original inventions at a 1995 trade show in Val-d'Or, Quebec.
Ramps are also getting built through community partnerships involving volunteers, contractors, public and private agencies, and the people who need access to their homes.
As you go up the ramps, an ever-widening panorama of the surrounding medieval city is revealed.