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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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Pulses are grown at an area of 3.2 million hectares in the country but the major area is less fertile, he informed.
To enhance awareness of the nutrient benefits of eating pulses, the first observance of 'World Pulses Day' will take place on Sunday as proclaimed by the United Nations (UN) last month.
In the applications of ultrafast electron microscopy, free electron laser, satellite communication, picosecond cathodoluminescence, particle accelerators and THz vacuum microelectronics, and electron sources are limited to ultrafast electron pulses with the stringent requirements of high-power and high-frequency [1-7].
There were a few studies that examined the pulse mechanism by simulation [12, 13].
Pulses have made headlines this year because the United Nations declared 2016 the International Year of Pulses.
The most common site is the radial pulse, on the underside of your wrist, in line with your thumb.
Pulses are a staple ingredient in many dishes including chili, baked beans, daal, and falafel.
The pulse has a risetime between 5 ms and 10 ms and a much longer fall time.
Pulse shareholders will be entitled to receive USD 1.50 in cash for each share of common stock they hold immediately prior to the closing of the merger.
where [A.sub.T] is the amplitude of the transmitted signal, [[tau].sub.p] is the pulse width, U(t) is the unit step function, and [T.sub.PRI] is the pulse repetition interval (PRI) obtained from the pulse repetition frequency (PRF), which is given as [T.sub.PRI] = 1/[f.sub.PRI].
There is already an active UK Promotion Group that is working with the involvement and support of BEPA (British Edible Pulse Association) and GAFTA (Grain & Feed Trade Association).