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Pennant

A chart pattern resembling a pointed flag, with the point facing to the right, which shows a diminishing variance of price.

pennant

See triangle.
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AIM-listed Pennant said the move was part of its "continuing strategic expansion" by strengthening its civilian sector offer.
In scenes filmed before Ayling's eviction on Tuesday night, Pennant, 35, confronted her in the bathroom for a private conversation.
When I was a fledgling young fan, a pennant race was just that.
THE latest entry into the 'Where Are They Now?' file is former Liverpool and Stoke winger Jermaine Pennant. After being without a club since leaving Wigan at the nd of last season, Pennant has sealed a move to Tampines Rovers, reportedly becoming the highestpaid player in the history of the Singapore S-League in the process.
("Williams Partners"), has become a member of Pennant Midstream, LLC ("Pennant"), a joint venture between affiliates of Columbia Midstream Group, LLC (an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of CPG), and Harvest Pipeline Company.
Launch the pennant theme by adding a loop of stitching across the top of the invitation with a needle and thread or a sewing machine; then stick small red and blue washi tape (available at craft stores) pennant shapes randomly along the stitched loop.
NiSource Midstream Services conducted a safety training course for emergency responders along the Ohio portion of the Pennant Midstream Hickory Bend gathering system and natural gas liquids (NGL) line.
JERMAINE PENNANT is hoping that the American dream can revive his career.
AFTER former Wolves winger Michael Kightly went to Stoke to become the next Jermaine Pennant, Molineux manager Stale Solbakken is considering giving Pennant the opportunity to become the new Michael Kightly.
CALUM WOODS kept Premier League star Jermaine Pennant firmly under wraps as Town beat Wolves in front of their biggest crowd of the season.