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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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Today, things are a bit more muddied, since there are no more pennant races--not really.
Pennant had been on trial with Tampines for a couple of weeks and, after proving himself up to scratch, agreed a deal the club's chairman Krishna Ramachandra described as "sexy".
The executed agreement almost triples the acreage dedicated to Pennant to about 500,000 acres and results in the addition of investment-grade producers, positioning Pennant to be a most important long-term midstream services provider in the Mahoning Valley.
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.
Each hand-made pennant will be brought together and used to decorate the Olympic venues, providing a colourful backdrop to the sporting events on show.
STOKE manager Tony Pulis is hoping Jermaine Pennant has learned his lesson this week after "talking to a bunch of Herberts" on Twitter.