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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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people should know the war's true cost and demand an end," said Mary Day Kent, Director of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, one of the sponsors for the Counting the Cost project.
PUB landlady Val McGee is counting the cost of her pub being shut down because of the power failure.
CAT Deeley will be counting the cost after going on a Madrid shopping expedition with Victoria Beckham.
It was the latest in a series of incidents of vandalism at the site over the past four to five years and the parish council has been left counting the cost of the damage.
Clyde are also counting the cost of their penalty shoot-out defeat by Hibs.
Summary: Hundreds of people are counting the cost after torrential rain and strong winds battered the UK, forcing many to flee their homes.
GRIMSBY boss Paul Groves was left counting the cost of his side's victory.
VEHICLE owners in Nuneaton are counting the cost of a spate of break-ins last night.
AMERICA was last night counting the cost of tornadoes which left at least 45 people dead, 700 injured and 20,000 homeless.
KANSAS City Chiefs were counting the cost of defensive errors after they let slip a 14-point lead against Denver Broncos.
Red-faced Dan Bunn is counting the cost of falling asleep on a sex chat line - after waking up hours later with a pounds 500 bill.
And Macari was left counting the cost as defender Steve Jenkins suffered a dead leg that could keep him out of action this week.