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Pennant

A chart pattern resembling a pointed flag, with the point facing to the right, which shows a diminishing variance of price.

pennant

See triangle.
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In and out among the seats went hawkers, their arms laden with small pennants to correspond with the rival tents.
Forthwith, Tepus bowed low, and set up ten targets, each bearing the pennant of a different company, while the herald stood forth again and proclaimed the rules and prizes.
The distance prevented us from distinguishing the colours of her pennant, which floated like a thin ribbon.
I'd hook the tackle on to the reef- pennant, and then let down -"
I suppose that we shall have a woman hoisting her pennant on the flagship presently, and taking command of the Channel Squadron.
In his hand the Knight held a great spear, from the point of which fluttered a blood-red pennant as broad as the palm of one's hand.
When I looked I saw a pennant fluttering from the peak of the forward lateen yard--a red, white, and blue pen-nant, with a single great white star in a field of blue.
Accept it from me, it didn't take that Swede long to see the error of his way and get the red and white pennant signifying "I understand" to the masthead.
Originally the expansion Montreal Expos (1969), the 'Spos (no pennants, just one trip to the NLCS, 1981) became the Nats in 2005.
Bright red and blue pennants create a fun theme for Fourth of July celebrations.
OLYMPIC and Paralympic athletes at London 2012 will be presented with pennants lovingly made be a team of quilters from Anglesey.
A Newcastle United spokesman said: "The pennants are rare because only one was handed over to Newcastle at each game.