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Ripple

In technical analysis, an informal term for a security's performance over a certain period of time, usually a few hours to a few days. Analysts look for cyclical behavior in a security to account for a ripple; that is, if a long-term bull market is observed with a bad trading day in a certain week, an analyst might view the ripple as moderately bearish without detracting from the long-term bullish trend.
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In American movements for justice and equality, the ripples began early and never stopped coming; In 1789, three quarters of a century before Lincoln freed the slaves, an unnamed Negro, whose words are presented here, paraphrased Shakespeare to ask: "Has not a Negro eyes?
In 1916, Einstein predicted that the collapse or explosion of immense objects such as stars should send ripples through the fabric of space-time itself.
The last stage is reached only when the ripples disappear and the sheet is smooth and sagging.
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Both the inner and outer rings are expanding like ripples in a pond.
The model assumes that structure began in the universe as random, subatomic ripples in the density of an otherwise uniform soup of material and radiation.
Evidence of an interaction between lava and water at the site comes from concentric ripples of Martian soil near the top of the edifice, notes Williams.