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Buoyant

Describing a market where prices are trending upward, especially when they are doing so gradually.

buoyant

Of or relating to a market in which prices have a tendency to move upward.
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The Buoy product and app complements Resideo's Honeywell Home Water Leak and Freeze Detector that can provide early warning of a leak or drop in temperature to help avoid expensive repairs or losses within a home.
"The marker buoy was deemed a potential pollution hazard with leaked batteries on board and a hazard to shipping if the tide was to take it back out to sea.
Three deep-water buoys worth RM7.2 million meant to gather data as part of an early tsunami warning system in Malaysia are no longer functioning, New Straits Times (NST) reported today.
"Entering into a relationship with a health-tech innovator like Buoy to connect their experience to our nationwide network of MinuteClinic providers gives us the opportunity to provide affordable care at times and locations that work best for the patients who utilize this innovative technology."
aItas very probable that larger waves occurred while the buoy was not recording,a he said.
They could always pop down to Wales to collect it!" A Wirral council spokesman joked: "We were buoyed to see our lifebelt turn up.
The boat was by now more than 50 meters away from the buoy and drifting by wind and current toward the deep sea.
where [[PHI].sub.I] is the incident potential, [[PHI].sub.D] is the diffraction potential, and [[PHI].sub.R,1] is the radiation potential due to the heave motion of the buoy. According to the Airy wave theory, the incident potential has the form as follows:
"Al Mafras buoy, which was built by founding father Shahin al Asiri upon the British's suggestions, is still regarded as Doha's official entrance by sea.
e Bunker Buoy instant chat mode also allows the yacht's captain to go through each detail of the enquiry with the individual fuel suppliers without leaving the Bunker Buoy app.
The first buoy was deployed at Ijmuiden in the Netherlands where wind data will be compared with data from three levels on a met mast at the site, together with data from a Lidar mounted on the mast.
The method of complex-conjugate control is proposed to optimize the dimensions of heavy buoy and to maximize energy extraction from regular waves (sinusoidal waves) [8, 9].