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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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'We have not been counted. We are operating as if we are not Kenyan,' one of the street beggars said.
The average Canadian rig count for the month was 114, up 44 from the 70 counted in May 2019 and down 23 from the 137 counted in June 2018.
They usually counted items that were immediately adjacent to each other rather than counting in a random order.
More important, the fact that slaves were counted at all was a concession to slave owners.
About how many adult sea otters were counted in 2002?
The authors explained this difference by suggesting that the differentiation between uncounted and counted objects is a process that requires attention.
Then, if voting officials determine that the person is qualified, the vote is counted. If not, the vote is disallowed.
Ruling against Gore on the other two arguments ensured that some additional Bush votes would be included in the final count, and that the additional 3,300 votes from Palm Beach County, most of which were thought to be for Gore, would not be counted. Also, three of the court's seven Democrat-appointed justices would have ruled against Gore altogether.
But several thousand absentee ballots had not been counted yet.
By direct entry on receipt (either through bar-coding or from shipping invoices appropriately confirmed), the items are initially counted and maintained through the perpetual inventory system.
Baker Hughes' international rig count for June 2019 was 1,138, up 12 from the 1,126 counted in May 2019, and up 179 from the 959 counted in June 2018.