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Shadow

In candlestick charting, the "wicks" above and below each candle. Each candle represents a single trading day; the shadow above a candle represents the highest price on that day while the shadow below represents the lowest price. See also: Real body.
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Kathryn Faust, a student at Indiana University at Bloomington, probed her interest in broadcast journalism by shadowing at a television station in Indianapolis.
Job shadowing is indeed preparing our youth of today to become our work force of tomorrow.
Hill Elementary School may find their youngsters' rooms a little tidier after a day of shadowing the housekeeping staff at the Sheraton Buckhead.
The event will kick off a year of job shadowing opportunities, which will take place until June, and then resume in September, Kerman said.
In addition, AI-700 can be delivered as a simple, bolus injection, rather than by complex procedures required for earlier generation ultrasound agents to minimize their shadowing problem.
Job shadowing is an effort to get young people into the workplace to find out what skills and level of education are required to succeed in the job market.
SANTA CLARITA - Local high school students will have the opportunity to experience a day on the job as an engineer, doctor, banker or other worker Wednesday during the sixth annual Rotary Job Shadowing Day.
Last year, a dozen students took part in job shadowing, the first time a local program was offered.