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Bull Power

One of two indicators used in the Elder-Ray Index, which is a technical measure of the upward or downward pressure on a security's price. The bull power is the daily high minus the exponential moving average of the security's price for a certain period of time. The bull power is used along with the bear power to find buy and sell signals.
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Developers Peter Hall and Leon White appealed to the UK Planning Inspectorate after their application to demolish the club and build 96 houses and 28 flats on the site was refused in June.
Leon White, best known as Vader or Big Van Vader during his time in the world of professional wrestling, died Monday at the age of 63.
Professional wrestler Leon White, more popularly known as 'Vader,' passed away on the evening of June 18.
"The fact he has been given these privileges is an absolute joke SOURCE ON LEON WHITE, YESTERDAY
The guitars also include new proprietary electronics - dubbed "Multi-Voice Magnetics[TM]" and "Coil Notch Electronics[TM]." Sunset Guitars founder Leon White explains, "We've found a way to control the resonant peak and frequency response from inside each pickup, using passive controls.
Justice was done when his attacker, 21-year-old Leon White, was jailed for a year after admitting grievous bodily harm.
He got into an altercation with an Alliance player Leon White, 21, after he accused him of cheating and mocking his age.
Leon White, aged 33, of Hampton Road, Coventry, exceeding the speed limit, fined pounds 85 and licence endorsed with four points.
Developers Peter Hall and Leon White had applied to demolish the club and move it, in order to build 96 houses and 28 flats on the parcel of land.
His attacker, Leon White, aged 21, from Small Heath, was jailed for a year after admitting grievous bodily harm but Dave Nixon, referee devel-opmenofficer with the Birmingham FA said abuse of referees was declining.
Leon White punched 56-year-old Thomas Stanley so hard the victim needed surgery to repair his jaw and still suffers pain more than six months after the incident on January 11.
Developers Peter Hall and Leon White want to demolish the Acklam Iron and Steelworks social club, onPark Road South, and build 96 houses and 28 flats on the parcel of land.