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Base

A technical analysis tool. A chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium, resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.

Base

In technical analysis, a situation in which the support level and the resistance level are roughly the same for a given (usually long) period of time. That is, a base occurs when a security trades only in a very narrow range. A base indicates that the supply and demand for a security are at an equilibrium. This means that the security is unlikely to be bullish or bearish in the near future.
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"Alnmouth had to play without three or four of their best men, who after virtually winning the matches for them in the preliminary stages had basely deserted them when the 'pot' was almost within their grasp."
Form is deformed and unformed through the formless, the basely material.
Speaking to Fox News' Megyn Kelly and to conservative radio host Chris Salcedo, Liz blamed President Barack Obama for the chaos wrought by her father and W., basely claiming that he was intentionally trying to weaken America.
At 3.277-78, Polidor says to Aurelius, "But come, let's go unto Alfonso's house / And see how Valeria and Kate agrees." Ferando, even though basely attired, insists on celebrating the marriage, as he says twice: "And therefore come, let us to the church presently" (4.124); "Then come sweet love, and let us to the church" (4.161).
Readers of the esteemed organ are informed: "Detective Constable Patricia Basely (30) said today she was a 'very lucky woman' after being hit by the car, carried 10 yards on the bonnet and then having her leg run over."
Clearly a stain on free enterprise almost as dark as the scene in The Best Years of Our Lives (1946), cited in an FBI report, where a banker, "'basely, inquires concerning collateral before endorsing a GI loan to be made with his depositors' money.'" Yes, everybody knows that in America bankers--humanitarians all--always hand out collateral-free loans.
(15.) Macrobius tells us that philosophers use fabulous narratives to protect nature's truths from being basely exposed.
She reproaches him for his unworthy repayment of their hospitality and for basely turning a child's head, and engagingly adds, "if an agreeable youth only showed a man's courage instead of seeking satisfaction in childishness" he would easily be comforted (319).
One: Flipkart has basely abandoned its books section.
The Almighty Dollar is as huge topic as The Almighty, but these few pages are sufficient to point up the fact that society suffers when the terms in which individual reality is described and politics are conducted are dumb or devious, inaccurate, or basely manipulative.
In fact, Nikolai believes that he has acted basely: "It's all over; but I am a coward--yes, a coward" (158; PSS 9: 180).
But unlike Dioneo's ending, where the two monks agree to share the girl's favors, the Marchioness's words dampen the King's amorous ardor, which the latter does wisely: "saviamente s'era da spegnere per onor di lui il male concetto fuoco" ("wisely extinguished for his honor's sake his ardor so basely conceived").