Hiccup

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Hiccup

1. A brief decline in a price during a general uptrend.

2. A brief rise in a price during a general downtrend.

In both cases, any number of factors may cause a hiccup, but the trend soon resumes.
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A pesar de este caracter modificado y de accidentes de transmision varios, la exigua huella que ha pervivido de la receta Ad singultus et uomitus et coleram resulta valiosa para restablecer el texto en el pasaje paralelo de Herb.
The medical term for hiccups is singultus and comes from Latin.
To the Editor: Singultus ("hiccups") is a common complaint in the emergency department (ED).