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Ramp

A slang term for a market rally that occurs quickly and decisively. For example, a stock that has generally been flat or in decline but suddenly jumps 9% in a few hours may be said to experience a ramp.
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Bonifacio Avenue, make a U-turn at Marvex Drive and take the ramp to EDSA-Cubao
However, all the above studies concentrate on merging/diverging traffic and deceleration/ acceleration areas and do not concentrate on the ramps.
Once your dog is comfortable walking across the ramp on the ground, elevate one end a little bit using a box or one stair step, then encourage her to walk both up and down it.
Ramp anxiety keeps lots of boaters at home, which is a shame because handling a trailer is a fun skill to master.
Discount Ramps is an online retailer of loading, hauling and transportation products.
Without ramp meters in operation, multiple vehicles often merge into the mainline in tightly packed platoons, causing drivers on the main highway to slow down or even stop to allow vehicles to enter.
Most building codes require a permit and inspection if the ramp is 30 in.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate and compare the factors affecting cavitation with spillway numerical modelling in Flow3D in three states, primary spillway, spillway with a ramp on the floor and duct in the wall and the spillway with a ramp in the floor and wall.
Delta Highway's ramp onto Interstate 105, leading to the Washington-Jefferson Bridge: From Sunday through July 14, the ramp will be closed intermittently between 9 p.m.
Albany, NY, March 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Ronald McDonald House in Albany, NY, needed a wheelchair ramp while their building was under construction.
If you have older curb ramps that do not comply with contemporary standards, and have steep surfaces or areas where traffic can cross from side flare, carefully consider your options.
Ground Level Container Access Ramps provide a means of bridging this gap to enable the trucks to enter the container at a gentle incline for a safer, smoother unloading process.