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Woody

Slang to describe a market moving strongly upward, as in, "This market has a woody."

Woody

Informal; describing a sudden, large uptick in market prices. This may refer to a single security, but usually refers to a stock market at large. For example, one may say, "The market has a woody," to describe this situation.
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Dioecy is significantly associated with woodiness and hermaphroditism is associated with a herbaceous [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] habit, although gynodioecious species do not show this association (Table 1).
Although a number of Capparaceae are clearly woody, woodiness is limited in Brassicaceae: the shrubby Parolinia ornata and woodier cultivars of Brassica oleracea L are among the woodiest representatives of the family.
Passiflorae, Colletotrichum gloeosporioides, Septoria passiflorae, Cladosporim herbarum e Passion fruit woodiness virus em genotipos de maracujazeiro azedo cultivados no Distrito Federal.
The background carries a little cassis and a tad of woodiness, which helps to balance the wine out.
He plays the Andante with great sweetness and simplicity, and a touch of woodiness in his timbre hints at bird-song in the final movement, an impression Zoon seems to exploit in his stylish cadenza.
A bit on the rambunctious side, this Aussie Cabernet is a superb value; the wine's ripe cherry flavors and accompanying woodiness make it a great match with all grilled meats.
To determine the stage of maturity at which alfalfa was cut, observe the buds or flowers and the texture and woodiness of the stems.
The oldest are stored in glass jugs to prevent them from taking on too much woodiness.
This is claret meets scheme boy, and a perfect match it is, too - with ripe blackcurrant fruit, light woodiness and a peppery/menthol twist.
With American oak, the wine takes up the woodiness extremely fast.
Annual pruning is advised to keep woodiness at a minimum.