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Rectangle

In technical analysis, a situation in which the price of a security stays within a fairly narrow band. It is called a rectangle because the resistance price and the support price, when drawn as lines, look vaguely like a rectangle.

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rectangle
In technical analysis, a chart pattern in which the price of a security bounces back and forth between two horizontal lines. Because a rectangle is thought to occur when stock is being distributed or accumulated by knowledgeable investors, a major price movement is expected once the stock breaks out of the rectangle formation.
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2 Create the hat's point by marking the centre along the top short side of the rectangle, and draw two diagonal lines down to the edges of the horizontal line.
Brush the pastry with a little beaten egg, then place each marzipan rectangle on to each pastry rectangle.
Spread a thin layer of pesto all over the base of the inner rectangle and top with shaved Parmigiano Reggiano and small spoonfuls of mascarpone cheese.
Overall, after topological transformations all rectangles which each No1[] surrounds inwardly have at most ten sorts, i.
The first counting method for the 1 x 1 and 2 x 2 rectangles yields four and one as before.
Basically, the key idea is that people have a distorted appreciation of probability, and it doesn't go away even when you become one of the world's experts at shooting rectangles," he added.
Tomake a net, cut a rectangle from a mesh produce bag.
The most dodgy letter is the v/r glyph; I decided to allow it because it turns out to be a fruitful one for forming invertible word rectangles, as will become apparent from the lists below.
The second rule is to divide text from graphics by a defining rectangle.
The oriented bounding box (OBB) (Edelsbrunner, 1987; Pratt, 2002) is the minimum area rectangle that includes the layout element.
Cool to room temperature, then cut into 2-x-4-inch rectangles.
Huts in many villages, he noted, are built in circles of circles of circles, or in rectangles of rectangles of rectangles.