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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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Government, therefore, was counted upon to undertake such function or subsidize private info-gatherers.
Yet, for many children in disadvantaged communities, the educational materials required to optimize their learning, cannot always be counted upon. A Kilo of Kindness is part of Shine, Movenpick Hotels & Resorts' global sustainability program, which aims to give back to the communities where the company operates properties.
The whole business has deeply upset Professor Sato Akira, and he calls upon his friend Mortimer, who can always be counted upon for good advice.
Despite winning his home state of Texas, along with Oklahoma and Alaska, and finishing second in four other states on Tuesday, he failed to score the Southern breakthrough he once counted upon. Cruz actually helped Trump by keeping Marco Rubio from doing better while remaining almost as unacceptable to party leaders as Trump.
There are no specific guidelines on a nominee's qualifications, other than the fact that they should be a U.S citizen, and can be counted upon to serve with honor and integrity.
Shannon can always be counted upon to accomplish any task in a prompt and appropriate manner.
Says NAA Past Chairman Ro Freeman, "Steve could always be counted upon to step up to the toughest challenges NAA faced as the years rolled by.
He is cautious about his chances on Sunday but he is nothing if not ultra consistent and can be counted upon to keep on bagging the points.
Udoh has performed relatively well this past season in the Milwaukee Bucks.While he averaged modest numbers of 3.4 points and 3.5 rebounds, his pick and roll defense shall be counted upon once Jordan is relegated to the best during rest breaks and foul trouble.
This will confirm that its young human capital can be counted upon to shape a better tomorrow.
No clear leadership at the front of the room that could be counted upon, and in times of trouble and distress, that's what an organization counts on.
Finally, Nichols added that during the last year NAPSLO has put into motion a renewed emphasis on communicating the value of the wholesale distribution system to retail agents: "We're working to make sure that NAPSLO members are positioned as innovators who can be counted upon to bring value to an insurance transaction.