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Shadow

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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Security forces launched cleanup operations in Khawja Bahawadin district Wednesday morning and so far seven militants including Taliban shadowy governor Lang Kamal and group commander Mullah Abdul Rahim have been killed," Timori told Xinhua.
This mysterious, shadowy figure has improved a very dark, sinister doorway.
Footage captured during Fox Sports live transmission of the game in La Paz showed a shadowy figure rushing through the crowd as football fans watched the game in Bolivia.
The strange shadowy figure even appears to run straight through a barrier at speed.
Rome: Italy's Giulio Andreotti, a shadowy seven-time former prime minister who presided over the post-war political scene for decades, died Monday aged 94, Italian media reported.
A local Taliban leader named Adam Khan who served as the insurgent shadowy district governor for Ghazni's Andar district were killed and two suspected Taliban fighters detained in an operation conducted by police in Ali Qala area of the district Wednesday night," police chief Zarawar Zahid told reporters in a press briefing, Xinhua reported.
SHADOWY FIGURE: (in a Mediterranean accent) Bless me father, for I have sinned.
A security source said: "She said she felt she was in very real danger from shadowy figures working either through or within Special Branch, or people with close Special Branch connections.
From 1996 to 2001 a shadowy group of eco-terrorists variously calling itself the Earth Liberation Front or the Animal Liberation Front attacked targets in the western United States, destroying properties that the group claimed threatened the environment.
Three stories in this issue of reason clean out some shadowy corners in contemporary America.
The brief, free-verse stanzas range from celebrations that burst from the page with love for life, to the drama of myth and folklore, to the tragedy of individuals lost to madness and their shadowy manipulators.