Flurry

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Flurry

A drastic volume increase in a specific security.

Flurry

A large, and usually temporary, increase in a security's trading volume.
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Chilly Dogs Blue Flurries Sweater are offered with same day shipping with all orders placed before 3pm EST and Big Apple Pet Supply's 5% low price guarantee.
We had experienced an actual blizzard--in Birmingham, Alabama, and again with only a 20 percent chance of flurries. We were without power for 10 days.
An AA Roadwatch spokesman said six major routes in Aberdeenshire remained closed due to snow flurries and dangerous driving conditions.
FINAL-OVER flurries are what one-day cricket is all about.
At an intersection, under two orange streetlights, swirls of snow rise in circular flurries, an antispectacular spectacle of the world.
The main flurries are expected this evening as cold wind pushes rain, sleet and snow up from the South-west with temperatures set to dip from 5C (41F) to freezing overnight.