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Real body

On a candlestick line, it is the broad part consisting of the difference between opening and closing prices.
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Real Body

In candlestick charting, a representation of the range between the opening price and the closing price. It looks like the body of a candle, and excludes the "wicks" or shadows at either end.
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They know all about loss, anxiety, clammy skin and sleepless But by stripping off to reveal real bodies these stars will help of millions of women.
But for 26-year-old Annie Wright, the Real Bodies Exhibition at the NEC was an inspirational journey which she hopes will help her to help future generations.
The Real Bodies Exhibition is produced by Imagine Exhibitions who say: "Real Bodies digs deeper into the beauty of the body, mind and soul than any other exhibition of its kind and invites you to explore the entire human experience 'explore the entire human experience from the first breath to the last'."
Real Bodies: The Exhibition boasts 20 human bodies and more than 200 anatomical specimens.
The August 2 class is a spin-off from the controversial Real Bodies exhibition, which features 20 cadavers.
Real Bodies: The Exhibition invites people to "explore the entire human experience from the first breath to the last".
Pettit, a 25-year veteran of marketing and media will oversee Imagine Exhibitions' overall marketing strategy and promotional activities around the company's 35+ entertainment properties which include Titanic: The Exhibition, Real Bodies, Downton Abbey: The Exhibition, Da Vinci: The Exhibition, Dinosaurs Around the World and others.
It was a campaign to celebrate "real bodies, of real women" and to empower others to feel proud and accept their imperfections.
The participants were then asked to look down at their bodies but instead of their real bodies, they saw empty space.
She argues that this perspective makes it clear that the motif in contemporary Irish drama is much more than a character's individual expression on stage, but conveys a strong political message and aims to explore the intricate relations between the body politic and real bodies, between personal and national identities, and between various clashing values inscribed onto the body of the dancer in 20th-century Ireland.
"Traditionally these have come from artist's renderings that are not very accurate to the proportions of real bodies." Beach adds: "We print them in four pieces, taking about 12 hours, and then bond them together with epoxy.