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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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Teachers and countless students, foreigners included, live in two phases of Sindh University Society.
Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India], June 21 ( ANI ): On the third International Day of Yoga, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh along with other state minister on Wednesday performed yoga at his residence in Srinagar and asserted that it has countless benefits.
He said: "For the last few weeks, we have had countless incidents of buses getting windows smashed by youths throwing stones and Saturday was no different - three buses with windows smashed.
We won't hear her chirpy welcoming voice again, but her presence will never fade from the memories of countless sporting fans for whom the Kilgowan stopping point was an integral part of any Dublin trip.
In spite of countless claims on behalf of the firm's officials that they were indeed not bankcrupt, indications have long suggested that company was actually insolvent.
The PTI chief also applauded countless sacrifices made by Armed forces, who were embroiled in an armed struggle in FATA.
dusters--countless eyes seeing from within, countless ears listening,
With a whole host of witty and punchy one-liners that are accessible to all ages, Jones' shows are a big hit for the whole family and have packed out countless venues both here and abroad.
Developed by Irfan Skiljan, an Austrian, IrfanView was first released in 1996, and has been the primary image viewing resource for countless Windows users ever since.
As Prime Minister he has also took it upon himself to pledge countless millions in aid for what surely must be a heavily disputed and questionable global warming theory, aid primarily intended to relieve the predicted poverty global warming would unleash.
Summary: Tourists wandering through the ornately tiled rooms of the late-9th-century Bahia Palace, home to a sultan's vizier, his four wives, 24 concubines and countless offspring, can only imagine the domestic juggling act required to get through the day.
This is home to countless species of plants and animals, so diverse and glorious, yet so fragile.