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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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Gilmore also believes a WMS with WES capabilities is an apt solution for omni-channel DCs that want to process some orders in waves, but others under waveless. While waveless can work well with e-commerce orders or other small, parcel-sized orders that can draw on a large order pool to find pick efficiencies, processing work in waves remains effective for more traditional business-to-business orders shipped on pallets on specific trucks that might entail a preferred loading sequence, Gilmore says.
Crossley's concept of waveless feminism very well may help us move beyond the stalled gender revolution, (nyupress.org)
A number of researchers (Shkadov, 1973; Rauscher et al., 1973; Woods, 1995) have examined the stationary, axisymmetric waveless flow in the limit of large Eckman number, E = v/[OMEGA][H.sup.2.sub.c], where [H.sub.c] represents a characteristic film thickness.
I wondered if they'd ever slept together, if Susan had a watered, if hers were waveless. In class I held my needle to the canvas and pretended the cloth was his face.
A 21st-century waterbed with waveless cylinders of water.
He cuts through the ice and looks down "into the quiet parlor of the fishes, pervaded by a soft light as through a window of ground glass, with its bright sanded floor the same as in summer." The "perennial waveless serenity" of the scene, the inner possession of the pond and of every individual who can delve deeply enough within, leads Thoreau to declare that "heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads" (Wa 283).
'Lines Written Among the Euganean Hills' suggests he found it an idyllic spot: Beneath is spread like a green sea The waveless plain of Lombardy, Bounded by the vaporous air, Islanded by cities fair; Underneath day's azure eyes Ocean's nursling Venice lies.
Description: This pool uses a "waveless" grate and gutter system, and incorporates a natural rock waterfall.
For example, recently Duffy has supplied a waveless, electric water taxi for use on the canals of Venice, Italy.
If, in the course of my wanderings, I should venture occasionally to lead my reader to the borders of one of those deep but waveless little lakes, which abound in this land of looking-glasses--lakes which not even the offer of being turned into millponds, could bribe to give a false or a flattering reflection--and if he should chance therein to discern features which he does not admire, I trust I may pass unvisited for the almost unpardonable sin, when I state that I have made all due and solicitous inquiry for a pair of those truly American, and never-sufficiently-to-be-extolled "glorification spectacles." (16) For Kirkland, the widespread popularity of "glorification spectacles" has been a particularly American phenomenon.
Representing multiple regions of interest with waveless. In S.

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