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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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We're already seeing positive spin-offs with residents so enthused that they want to join the newly formed Friends of Waver Hill Park group.
Thomas, of Taunton Street, Waver tree, and Griffiths, of no fixed address, were both due to appear before Liverpool Magistrates' Court today.
Mr Mooney found his old neighbourhood of Waver tree Road to be a shell of what it once was, and "perfectly good houses along Edge Lane all marked for demolition".
It seems that Belgacom will initially launch its Long Term Evolution (LTE) services in eight areas, including : Liege, Namur, Antwerp, Mons, Waver, Ghent, Leuven, Hasselt and the Haasrode industrial park.
John Roper from Waver tree Car Centre failed in his bid to win council permission to keep steel cladding on the boundary walls in High Street in Waver tree conservation area.
They often waver within a paradigm of morality and emotion.
The procession started at Dove dale Baptist church and ended at Waver tree Christian Fellowship in Earls field Road.
In Langs de Waver (Along the Waver River), 1979, more than 150 tiny, identical-size color photos of trees, shot against backgrounds of flat land and open sky, are set up side by side, precisely aligned at the horizon, and fixed to a brass shelf that is itself attached to the wall at a relatively low height.