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Bulge

A short-lived stock price increase. Synonymous with bubble.

Bulge

Especially in commodities, a rapid and sometimes short-lived increase in a security's price. It is an informal term, often synonymous with bubble.
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Tahtinen and her colleagues noted that severe bulging was an important prognostic factor irrespective of the number of ears affected or the severity of other common symptoms such as pain or fever.
Graves' eye disease, also known as Graves' ophthalmopathy, would be present in about half of people who have Graves' disease, an autoimmune disorder and the treatment for the bulging eyes involved orbital decompression surgery, whereas, double vision was treated with a different surgery, which straightens the eyes by adjusting the eye muscles.
On the other hand, the word escapee(SKP), extasy(XTC), and the element cesium(CZM) are not fully self-contained, but bulging.
Pai resulting from bulging or herniated disks is initially treated with medication, physical therapy, and/or acupuncture.
Figure 12 shows the results in terms of internal pressure versus axial feed displacement curves from a series of bulging tests for a DR of 6.3 with different loading paths (A, B, C, and D) (see Fig.
SHADY MADONNA: Singer hides under sunglasses and, inset, bulging veins Picture: REX FEATURES
Corticotherapy led to important regression of the facial bulging, but because the patient suffered from gastric ulcer, this therapy had to be discontinued.
Indeed, I was chatting to a younger colleague recently about a bulging wall and he recounted that this was the first instance that he had come across in his 10-year professional life.
There is definitely more to North Wales than meets the bulging eye!
I have had varicose veins since I was 25 and now both legs have bulging veins.
(Just doing sit-ups will not flatten a bulging stomach.)
About 90% of acute otitis media (AOM) cases have a bulging tympanic membrane, and about 90% of otitis media with effusion (OME) cases have a retracted or sometimes neutrally positioned membrane.