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Envelope

In technical analysis, two moving averages of a security's price indicating its upper and lower limits. That is, a price tends not to move above the higher moving average or below the lower moving average. Analysts use envelopes to help them determine buy and sell signals. When a price reaches the higher moving average, analysts may declare a sell signal, while they may declare a buy signal when a price reaches the lower moving average.
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Award criteria: The most economically advantageous tender in terms of the criteria stated below: Price of services: 50% - Price of services: on the basis of a control simulation ~enveloping benefits~: 15% - Price of services: on the basis of a practical case ~preparations enveloping and parcel~: 35% - Technical value: 20% - Technical value: for the candidate storage capacity before and after production: 5% - Technical value: the organization () human and material and the applicant~s ability to manage changes in volumes: 15% - Lead time: 30% - Lead time: on the basis of a control simulation ~enveloping benefits~: 15% - Lead time: based on a practical case ~preparations enveloping and parcel~: 15% -
Embers Of The Dead is filled with enveloping plot changes involving murder, Nazi death camp rememberance, drugs, illegal imigration and prostitution, sure to enrapture the reader and very highly recommended to the realistic-fiction, mystery-thriller and general readers for its more than consuming plot.
Therefore, as with many tragedies, religious faith was part of the tapestry enveloping the victims, friends and relatives, public officials, rescue personnel and, of course, the news media.
Kecol Pumps Ltd has supplied two "Maxiprime" Pump Systems to a snack food manufacturer in the Czech Republic, which has replaced messy "hand-ladling" operations and eliminated the need to stop production, whilst the hoppers on a biscuit enveloping machine were re-filled.
The process of putting property into a company is known as enveloping, and it limits an individual's liability for things that might go wrong.
THX's 15-second trailer launches a new slogan, ``Let's See It in THX,'' with letters that break apart while the synthesized sound of a bowed cello playing the single note A turns into a D-major chord enveloping the listener.
A cube made of timbers by Andre, despite its compactness, tends to have a psychologically enveloping effect, doubtless largely because of the warmth of the color.
And as not all of us can be there to support our own countries, hearing the cheering of the crowds and the ball kicks in enveloping surround sound is the next best thing.
Treatment of enveloping, franking and delivery to its agencies, large volumes.
4 The striped cladding undulates expressively over the building, like an enveloping blanket, uniting the various volumes.
Scientists say the ``mad cow disease'' scare enveloping Europe should affect none of them.