Hiccup

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Hiccup

1. A brief decline in a price during a general uptrend.

2. A brief rise in a price during a general downtrend.

In both cases, any number of factors may cause a hiccup, but the trend soon resumes.
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These "cures" give the parents and child something to do, but it's probably the tincture of time that resolves the hiccups.
2),(3),(4),(5),(6) Most folk remedies for hiccup involve some form of pharyngeal stimulation(7): the rapid ingestion of two teaspoons of sugar; the rapid ingestion of two glasses of liquor; swallowing dry bread; swallowing crushed ice; having someone shout "Boo
Later, Hiccup and Toothless once again work together to aid in the battle of the Vikings and dragons for everybody's future.
There are a vast number of popular home remedies that are said to work against hiccups - such as holding your breath or drinking a glass of water rapidly.
The world record for hiccups is still held by Charles Osborne, who endured 68 years of regular hiccuping between 1922 and 1990.
There are some strange "cures" for hiccups - which include sticking out your tongue, holding your breath, eating sugar and, most oddly, thinking about pineapples
What happened at Warwick was that Hiccups won the pounds 10,000 7f handicap at odds of 20-1.
Dr Payne said: 'Mr Shafer had a stroke that caused severe hiccups of both halves of his diaphragm.
You can get the hiccups if you eat or drink too fast, get excited, or even if you're just tired.
Hiccups are triggered by involuntary contractions of the diaphragm, according to Michael Reed Gach, author of Acupressure's Potent Points.
with a 30-day history of intractable hiccups with no apparent gastrointestinal cause was found to have multiple sclerosis following a work-up by the consultation-liaison psychiatry service, Dr.