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Count

On a point & figure chart, an estimation of future price movements. Point & figure charts seek to identify support and resistance levels. Counts are estimates on the likelihood that a security will break through one or the other and result in a large profit or loss.
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In this past decade, I have had the great good fortune to be able to count upon faithful and capable Associate Editors, including Michael Lettieri, who worked incessantly on the linguistics/pedagogical issues, and more; Mark Pietralunga, much more than the Book Review Editor, a true scholarly counselor in so many instances; Norma Bouchard has worked on the Bibliography in North America with precision and thoroughness.
The reality has dawned upon us that Emmanuel Ledesma, Muzzy Carayol and Albert Adomah, exciting though they can be, are not the kind of players you can count upon to dictate a game or win a match regularly.
Lambert admits next Saturday's home clash against fellow strugglers Hull is a mustwin game, when Villa will need to count upon the positive backing of their supporters.
The home side, however, should be able to count upon their goal threat.
Hollow Penny is not one of the horses he will count upon to put his name in lights, but he struggled for showing early promise and after a confidence-boosting jumpers' bumper success at Lingfield in January, a rating of 124 was too much to justify in a decent Kempton handicap hurdle.
As per Iraq's deputy prime minister for energy Hussain Ibrahim Saleh Al-Shahristani, "India can count upon Iraq as a dependable long-term supplier of its crude oil needs.
The government of Bashar Al Assad can count upon the support of Shia Iran and its other regional proxies.