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Hump

Informal; a period of rising security prices followed by a period of declining security prices. The period may be long term, short term or any period between the two. On a chart, this looks somewhat like a camel's hump. See also: Inverted Saucer.
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gibbus (Figure 4) either among 3-hour intervals ([chi square] = 0.948; df = 7; p [greater than or equal to] 0.05) or between nocturnal and diurnal periods ([chi square] = 0.823; df = 1; p [greater than or equal to] 0.05).
Gibbus deformity was seen 42.9% and was the marker of advanced disease.
Orophiini (a) Xylographus corpulentus Mellie (a) Xylographus gibbus Mellie Xylographellini Scolytocis fritzplaumanni fritzplaumanni Lopes-Andrade TABLE 3.
Serrasalmus rhombeus Triportheus signatus * Crenuchidae Characidium bimaculatum * Curimatidae Curimata macrops * Psetrogaster rhomboides * Steindachnerina notonota * Cynodontidae Cynodon gibbus Erythrinidae Hoplias malabaricus Hemiodontidae Hemiodus argenteus Prochilodontidae Prochilodus lacustris * GYMNOTIFORMES Apteronotidae Apteronotus cf.
Thus, when the anterior and middle columns in vertebrae and discs are destroyed by TB, physiological loading results in a progressive kyphus deformity producing the characteristic external gibbus deformity (13) and paraplegia of late onset due to the internal gibbus (14, 15).
gibbus. The constrained fit produced a more asymptotic growth curve for L.
gibbus (Born) del Atlantico occidental (Abbott, 1974); por lo tanto, el material referido por Burgl (1961) corresponde muy seguramente a una de las dos especies no identificadas de Argopecten resenadas en el presente trabajo.
Mae pysgod hefyd yn erydu cryn dipyn ar y riffiau cwrel, yn enwedig y pysgod parot (Chlorurus gibbus, parrotfish).
gibbus (Splenger, 1794); MLP= 1410, Monte Hermoso (BA).
100 (9) 100 (5) Pacu Myleinae 78 (18) 100 (7) Peixe-Cachorro Cynodon gibbus 80 (5) 100 (5) Piranha Serrasalmus spp.