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Take off

A sharp increase in the price of a stock, or a positive movement of the market as a whole.

Take Off

Informal; to increase significantly in price in a short period of time. A security may take off, for example, if analysts raise its profile unexpectedly or if it belongs to an industry that is in favor at a certain period of time. Taking off is often unsustainable unless a security's fundamental information justifies it.
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For lower limbs, Tibialis Anterior has shown clear differences between take-off and flight phase (moderate magnitude of effect).
A report by the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) unit said the 2008 crash, which had one crew member on board, then aged 64, and two passengers, failed to gain sufficient speed during take-off shortly before 3.
It was what's known in the industry as a tail hit at take-off.
The Fokker F-27 twin-engine aircraft slammed in flames into a wheat field on the outskirts of the city of Multan, just after take-off, spiralling in the air before it hit the ground.
The Fokker F-27 twin-engine aircraft was in flames when it slammed into a wheat field on the outskirts of the city of Multan, minutes after take-off, spiralling in the air before hitting the ground.
The terror came as the plane, originally from Bangkok, Thailand, prepared to take off at Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates for the second time after an earlier fuel scare halted the planned take-off.
A JET carrying 275 British holiday makers and eight crew had to abort take-off when engines malfunctioned and a fire broke out on one wheel, officials said yesterday.
It also prevents the hurdler from dropping the center of gravity before taking off over the hurdle and to maintain a smooth trajectory from take-off to touch-down.
The distal portion of branch V3 is located between the take-off of the masticator nerve from the main trunk of V3 and the origin of the mylohyoid nerve from the inferior alveolar nerve.
Golf fans throughout the world were stunned last autumn when US Open champion Payne Stewart and four others were killed after the Lear Jet in which they were travelling suddenly lost compression soon after take-off and crashed in South Dakota.
In the state of heightened awareness before take-off (fear