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Tide

In technical analysis, an informal term for a security's performance over a long period of time, usually over a year or more. Analysts look for cyclical behavior in a security to interpret the tide properly; that is, if a long-term bull market is observed with a bad trading day in a certain week, an analyst might view the short-term trend as moderately bearish without detracting from the long-term bullish tide. The term was coined by Robert Rhea. See also: Ripple, Wave.
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The letters also emphasize that RB read each book as it was transcribed and underscore how much EBB valued his praise and encouragement to complete what he judged to be her best work yet (p.
In addition to her long career at IDG, Ebb has also worked for Codex Corp.
11) Similarly, I argue that female and male poets alike drew on the parallel lyric tradition associated with Anacreon in the nineteenth century, although Anacreon's star sank as Sappho's rose and women writers like EBB and Dickinson faced particular challenges in a tradition that became, in its more popularized forms, deeply associated with the proverbial "wine, women, and song.
Son Louie enjoyed his Ebb & Flow classic burger (PS7.
In terms of per capita production, EBBs Rail classics, specialists and career agents by significant margins, but that is beginning to change.
This was rejected by the court, which also ordered the company to pay for the legal expenses of the Council and the EBB.
On Tuesday, the space agency released before-and-after pictures of the lunar north pole where Ebb and Flow came to rest.
With Ebb at the top, the other skiers on the girls team helping Bancroft rise to the top were senior Casey Lewis and freshman Alyssa Shear, along with freshmen Allison Ebb, Jackie Loring and Izzy Boone.
ARIZONA (CyHAN)- The new footages of the Moon's surface recorded by Nasa's spacecrafts named Ebb and Flow, three days before their pre-planned lunar crash on December 17, 2012, have been released.
Engineers commanded the twin spacecraft, Ebb and Flow, to fire their engines and burn their remaining fuel.
Ebb and Flow, as the two washing machine-sized probes are called, have been mapping the Moon's gravitational field for more than a year.