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Ramp

A slang term for a market rally that occurs quickly and decisively. For example, a stock that has generally been flat or in decline but suddenly jumps 9% in a few hours may be said to experience a ramp.
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Bonifacio Avenue, make a U-turn at Marvex Drive and take the ramp to EDSA-Cubao
(ii) What kind of speed changes occur at the two ends of the helical ramp?
Your dog has a lifetime of habit behind her and may not figure out that the ramp is a less painful way of doing things right away.
In RAMP 2, about 500km of rural roads and 16 number of river crossings are targeted for construction/Rehabilitation in each of the selected states, just as it is being implemented in two tranches.
Discount Ramps and Heavy Duty Ramps have had a longstanding strategic partnership, and the acquisition places the two companies under common ownership.
There were many more stars who made an appearance on the ramp and we bring to you all the amazing highlights.
"We have very much simplified what the products are," said Stephen Blankenship, VP of product and operations at Ramp. VideoVerge Manager makes video as searchable as text-based content and watchable across multiple desktop and mobile devices using SharePoint.
Despite clear benefits in safety and efficacy, transportation agencies are underutilizing ramp metering as a safety and traffic management strategy.
Felling Trailers' air ramp technology has increased in popularity among several of its trailer models for a couple of reasons.
This model is moved using the lifting pockets in the side of the ramp by forklift truck.
For smooth loading and unloading, a portable steel yard ramp allows traffic to move from the dock level to the ground, or from the ground onto the back of a truck.