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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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Making Waves Singers are joined by local friends and library users outside Cullercoats library, to protest over plans to slash opening hours Tom Banks
The plans presented at Making Waves all pertain to (combinations of) water, climate, food, health, energy, and transport.
Making Waves helps provide holidays, short breaks, social activities, day care placements, therapy, respite care and overnight breaks at short notice when their families are in crisis.
Earlier this year they rang me to ask if I wanted to start teaching again and six weeks later I created Making Waves.
Making Waves Swim School currently runs classes from seven locations, including DW Fitness on the Plas Coch Retail Park in Wrexham and the Plassey Leisure Centre in Eyton, Wrexham where the team has just launched a new adult class to complement its existing adult and baby classes.
Making Waves intensive tutoring and academic advising in small-group settings every school day, as well as a mandatory Saturday Academy (providing more than 80 additional hours per year of academic instruction).
Making Waves, which began in 2009, has seen the reporting of incidents of violent crime, burglary and anti-social behaviour increase as the confidence of the public to go to the police grows.
Head start: Anna Burke is already making waves in the world of work.
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Summary: The pop world is not the only place where talent show stars are making waves.
com, making waves in the mortgage lending community.
Manu hasn't been in the soap for more than a minute and already he's making waves.