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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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Section your hair then hold the Wonderball waver pointing down your head and wrap hair around and down, making sure you cover the complete barrel with hair.
Despite the difficulties she has been experiencing, Lovato insists that her faith in God doesn't waver because she knows "he's gonna pull me through it all".
Referring to his support for the amendment, Colgan said, "That's just the way it is, and I don't waver from that, as my colleagues found out today.
Mr Thornton's wife, Sandra, and daughters Cheryl and Sophie are thought to have visited the site at SHS International on Waver tree Boulevard this week with other family members to lay flowers in his memory.
My wife was beginning to waver but I remained impervious to Vicky's demands--until my wife and I read her message to Father Christmas: `Please can I have a puppy, signed Vicky.
The tire makers need to remain firm and not waver from what they consider safe.
Waver can cross-dress -- "to vacillate irresolutely between choices: fluctuate in opinion, allegiance, or direction.
Last week's serieslevelling eight-wicket win in Colombo was a welcome relief and asked if he had seen Strauss' conviction waver, team director Flower said: "No, not once.
HANDSWORTH residents have joined forces with community officials in a bid to successfully redevelop Waver Hill Park.
Mr Wooley was shot three times at close range while walking back from a pizza takeaway in Picton Road, Waver tree, on Saturday, August 11 last year.
Josh's uncertainty seems to waver between not believing Molly and not wanting to hurt his promising career and endorsements.
Rawles's craft may occasionally waver under the burden of delineating Camille's five other children, not to mention assorted grandkids, spouses, and neighbors, but it comes back strongly whenever Camille enters her kitchen.