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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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These have a similar buoyancy to a Type 2 but can be manufactured in a wide variety of colours.
When you perform such motions in a swimming pool, however, the buoyancy of the water lifts the pressure from those joints while still allowing you to exercise the glutei, abductors, quadriceps, and other hip-related muscles.
"I didn't realise they were only wearing buoyancy aids, which don't keep your head out of water if you lose consciousness."
In our testing, kids called air a "bully.") How is neutral buoyancy an example of Newton's 1st Law?
The flow is assumed to be two-dimensional steady, and the fluid properties are constant except for the variation of density in the buoyancy term of the momentum equation.
Thomas's body was found without a lifejacket on, suggesting that if he had been wearing a buoyancy aid, it was not properly fitted.
The new facility will manufacture the company's complete range of products from the largest deepwater riser buoyancy and insulation systems to the smaller, more intricate, elastomer mouldings such as bend stiffeners, restrictors and cable protection.
In new research published November 25 in the British Ecological Society's journal Functional Ecology marine scientists reveal how these massive sharks use geometry to enhance their natural negative buoyancy and stay afloat.For most animals movement is crucial for survival, both for finding food and for evading predators.
Both the fluid and porous region have constant physical properties and the flow is a mixed convection flow taking place under thermal buoyancy and molecular buoyancy, uniform axial pressure gradient.
The new rule states: "No swimmer shall be permitted to use or wear any device or swimsuit that may aid his speed, buoyancy or endurance during a competition."
For example, Archimedes' Law of Buoyancy states that the vertical force of buoyancy on a submerged object is equal to the weight of the fluid the object displaces.