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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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And then he set the dog on the apron. When he saw all the silver in the chest, he threw away the copper he had taken, and filled his pockets and knapsack with nothing but silver.
But he tied up all his gold in her apron, slung it like a bundle over his shoulder, put the tinder-box in his pocket, and set out towards the town.
Just below his window was a shoemaker's apprentice, with leather apron and shoes; he was skipping along so merrily that one of his shoes flew off and fell against the wall, just where the Soldier was sitting peeping through the iron grating.
Phebe's last words made Rose smile in spite of her tears, and she looked out from behind her apron with an April face, saying in a tone of comic distress
At the same instant I saw the old gentleman limping off at the top of his speed, having caught and wrapt up in his apron something that fell heavily into it from the darkness of the arch just over the turnstile.
Please, Becky." And he tugged at her apron and the hands.
Blue Apron Holdings (NYSE:APRN) reported second-quarter losses of 59 cents per share, which beat the analyst consensus estimate of a $1.08 loss.
Grand Forks International Airport $786,542 to reconstruct existing apron pavement and rehabilitate an existing apron.
Shares of from Blue Apron (APRN) are moving higher after the company announced that plant-based proteins from Beyond Meat (BYND) will be included on its "Signature Two-Serving Plan" starting in August.
The front end gate is attached to the wood apron that moves back with an auto stop before it hits the beater.
Blue Apron has a New Year's resolution: sell healthier meals, and get more customers.
In this article, I'll continue my series on useful items to make with home-tanned leather (see "How to Tan a Deer Hide," October/November 2016, "How to Make Your Own Moccasins," February/March 2017, and "Craft Your Own Coonskin Cap," October/November 2017) by explaining how to turn a deer hide into an apron you can use around your garden, in your workshop, or at your grill.