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Penetration

1. See: Market penetration.

2. In technical analysis, a situation where a security's price falls below its support level or rises above its resistance level. A security penetrating the support (or resistance) is likely to continue to fall (or rise) until another support (or resistance) is found. Penetrating the support is considered highly bearish while penetrating the resistance is highly bullish.

penetration

In charting, breaking through a trendline, resistance level, or support level. The direction of the penetration provides an indication of future price movement.

penetration

see MARKET PENETRATION, MARKET PENETRATION PRICING.
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This will give you a bullet able to penetrate deeply enough to hit vital organs from any practical anatomical angle.
So while a UV lure may not fluoresce at a certain depth where UV light doesn't reach, another one painted fluorescent orange of yellow with fluorophores that are excited by visible light may fluoresce at that same depth or deeper because visible light can often penetrate deeper.
The researchers warned that using such dispersants in oil spills near shore could allow these chemicals to penetrate sands deeply enough to threaten groundwater supplies.
One of the enzymes, a proton pump, was abundant in the roots, the part of the worm that penetrates the bone.
A wind, like the forerunner of the coming tempest, agitates the olive trees, and, together with the rustling of the leaves, penetrates to the bones, like a messenger of death, descending into the soul and filling it with deadly grief.
He adds that the dyes will penetrate a black substrate but will not be visible.
In order for microwaves to be able to penetrate a metal container, a surface or opening must not contain metal, Hale says.
That is, they anally penetrated others as well as allowing others to anally penetrate them." But my reading of the narratives found not a single case where each partner penetrated the other.
If the surface won't allow water to be absorbed, the sealer cannot penetrate or adhere to it.
Current technology uses either penetrating sensors emitting light powerful enough to pass through the body, or reflecting sensors that barely penetrate the body.
Conclusions: There are always those who will argue fine points of penetration tests, but I am now satisfied that carbon shafts penetrate better than aluminum of the same weight.
The tubes penetrate the front and back wall of the exchanger, with all welded connections outside of the product flow.