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Tide

In technical analysis, an informal term for a security's performance over a long period of time, usually over a year or more. Analysts look for cyclical behavior in a security to interpret the tide properly; that is, if a long-term bull market is observed with a bad trading day in a certain week, an analyst might view the short-term trend as moderately bearish without detracting from the long-term bullish tide. The term was coined by Robert Rhea. See also: Ripple, Wave.
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Writing in yesterday's South Wales Evening Post, Mark Shorrock, the chief executive of Tidal Lagoon Power and originator of the project, struck an optimistic note despite admitting it hadn't been an easy year for the company.
The coastline of the province is the best resource for exploiting the tidal energy.
As per the report, West was unhappy as his Saint Pablo album had resulted in one and half million new subscribers to Tidal, for which he was supposed to get a bonus but the company hasn't allegedly paid up.
She is a Tidal owner but to pick up her album on her Twitter she uses a GooglePlus app rather than Tidal.
Sweden-based company Minesto is also forging ahead with its plans for a separate tidal stream project to generate power using giant underwater kites.
It is better to arrive half an hour too early than a minute too late, experts at the National Tidal and Sea Level Facility warn.
The deal by Atlantis will create one of the largest portfolios of tidal current power projects in the UK under the Atlantis power generation business Siemens will receive 9.
This project will develop an acoustic sensing system to improve the detection and tracking of fish and marine mammals at tidal sites in the Bay of Fundy.
Swift's catalog is available on Tidal but her latest "1989" is not.
Researchers have designed a few different types of tidal power generation methods including tidal stream, barrages, and lagoon, but they all work on the same general principle of gathering energy via hydrokinetic energy conversion through turbines and generators.
Several reports in the Southeastern United States have shown that forested wetlands in the freshwater tidal zone are characterized by lower basal areas and/or greater tree density compared to other floodplain forests (Brinson et al.
GL RC and Tidal Generation Limited (TGL, now rebranded Alstom) have worked closely together to achieve 'C-Design Assessment' certification for Alstom's full-scale 1MW tidal turbine.