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In candlestick charting, the "wicks" above and below each candle. Each candle represents a single trading day; the shadow above a candle represents the highest price on that day while the shadow below represents the lowest price. See also: Real body.
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Bismarck tried repeatedly but unsuccessfully to shake off the shadowers. Suffolk masterfully used RDF to maintain contact.
CILIP responded to repeated requests from shadowers around the country and now provides a live stream of the awards ceremony (via a paid-for platform and not YouTube or Vimeo, which are frequently blocked in schools) so that schools not lucky enough to attend the ceremony can watch the event as it happens.
* Experienced ICU nurses served as preceptors for Shadowers.
She often talks about a poster she saw once which suggested that the way to improve your reading was to read more, along with the words 'Read, Read, Read...' (I would love to track this down--I wonder if she's thinking of Book Trust's 'Rights of the Reader' (3) poster, with the Quentin Blake illustrations?) Would this be an idea our 10 Carnegie Shadowers would like?
That evening, the teachers being shadowed and their shadowers met with the Secretary to share stories and implications for their work.
Carnegie prize shadowers for this year were able to stop shredding their finger nails when the 2007 CILIP Carnegie prize winner was announced on 21st June.