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Crossover

In technical analysis, a situation in which a price crosses a threshold thought to be bullish or bearish. For example, if a stock price goes above its resistance level, the resistance level is said to be a crossover because it indicates that the stock will likely continue to rise and the overall trend has changed.
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M & M which makes the popular SUVs Scorpio and MUVs and cross-overs like Bolero and Xylo is also aggressively planning its strategies in its home turf as well as the international market.
Instead, to understand the period we have to confront the realities of a middle cultural ground where individuals straddle different communities, where conversations and cross-overs between highbrow' and 'lowbrow' cultural producers are the norm rather than the exception, and where the 'popular' cannot be equated with 'working-class' without severe distortion.
This will enable Kongsberg Automotive to be well positioned to capture additional future programmes such as cross-overs and medium-sized sedans, the firm added.
Center of Visualization shall also stimulate cross-overs between visualization and other technologies in order to create new innovations and applications.
Once the new hurdles course is constructed on the inside of the Flat and chasing tracks, there will be no need for cross-overs, creating the opportunity for more fixtures as well as significantly reducing the potential for abandonments due to wet weather." The plan involves constructing the weighing room in time for opening next spring.
The annotated guide Marvel Graphic Novels and Related Publications surveying comics, prose novels, children's books, articles and references covers just about everything relating to graphic novels, from cross-overs into DC to special volumes and series presentations, and is a pick for any serious graphic novel library at the specialty or college level.
This set will work with octaves, fast cross-overs and lefth-and jump skills.
Beginning in the late 1960s the childhood "fad" culture ceased having the kind of generational cross-overs of earlier novelties (replacing, for example, a fad like the Hoola hoop of 1957 with horror comics and toys that intentionally annoyed adults) and "classic" pass-down and rite-of-passage gifts like electric trains lost their appeal and were replaced by play objects taken from child-focused media.
In a section on problem cases Cazentre highlights possible cross-overs with recourse to the notion of a spectrum.
Another family favourite is The Royal Artillery Motorcycle Display Team known as the Flying Gunners who perform a high octane spectacular which includes the fastest team crossovers you will see in the world, precision riding at speed, daredevil balancing feats of amazement and new death defying high aerial cross-overs and the 17 man pyramid!
Smith cites the cross-overs between overseas players stints from Andy Bichel, Allan Donald and finally Shane Lee as the points when some momentum might have been lost.