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Tide

In technical analysis, an informal term for a security's performance over a long period of time, usually over a year or more. Analysts look for cyclical behavior in a security to interpret the tide properly; that is, if a long-term bull market is observed with a bad trading day in a certain week, an analyst might view the short-term trend as moderately bearish without detracting from the long-term bullish tide. The term was coined by Robert Rhea. See also: Ripple, Wave.
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It is better to arrive half an hour too early than a minute too late, experts at the National Tidal and Sea Level Facility warn.
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Mr Cornelius added: "We are delighted to be acquiring this leading British tidal power company from Siemens which firmly positions Atlantis as a leader in UK tidal power and globally.
In the past month, the EU has announced funding in the region of 30m pounds for two UK tidal projects.
2) The rate of tidal working is equal to (tidal torque)x(angular velocity of the Earth, from whatever cause, relative to the lunar surface).
Purpose of the consultation We want to make sure that local people are aware of and understand the Mersey Tidal Power project.
12 ml/kg, the only tidal volume tested against the 6ml/kg alternative, may have been on the high side of what most clinicians choose.
The tidal wave swamped areas near the coast for a few hours, leaving hundreds of people stranded in their homes, but the main highway leading to the airport was not affected.
jjWhat they say Nigel Twiston-Davies, trainer of Nudge And Nurdle "He jumped beautifully when winning his novice chase at Kelso, and if there's any flaw in Tidal Bay he may be the one to take advantage.
When Hurricane Katrina came ashore last year in Mississippi, it left behind a path of unprecedented devastation and spawned a second tidal wave: one of litigation over the extent to which the damage was covered or excluded under standard homeowners policies.
A picture may speak a thousand words, but time-lapse photographs of an imperiled tidal marsh in Darien, Connecticut are more likely to leave viewers speechless.
Melbourne-based alternative technology company, Woodshed Technologies, was recently granted a UK patent for a novel marine tidal energy system that can provide dean, reliable electricity.