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Wave

A short-term movement that goes against the general trend. For example, if the DJIA rallies on a given trading day but overall is in the midst of a prolonged bear market, the rally is called a wave against the bearish tide.
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Assuming wavelike structure itself, his essay oscillates artfully between logical exposition and intense metaphoricity.
We found that the simple up and down wavelike stroke of wings at the resonance frequency is easier to implement and generates lift comparable to winged insects that employ a significantly more complex stroke," said Alexander Alexeev.
It seems everywhere you look, instead of riding a bicycle or conventional skateboard, kids are on the move with their Shred Sleds, those ubiquitous scooters that are propelled with a wavelike motion that combines the best aspects of skateboarding/surfing/ snowboarding.
After a ten-minute commercial break, the three hundred explosions of pink and green flame went off in wavelike succession, marking the beginning of the match, at which point the two competitors entered the Quadrangle, roaring.
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The technical fit between MasoSine and Watson-Marlow pumps is excellent, and the wavelike action of the sinusoidal rotor can be visualised as a stainless steel peristaltic pump.
Over the central display, wavelike / curved sea foam green panels radiate from the centerpoint in an arc formation and reflect the indirect lighting onto the handcrafted boats below," explained Horst.
THIS unusual new frame from International Eyewear picks up on the catwalk urban safari trend with wavelike cut-outs revealing sandy tones reminiscent of the African desert.
That's why the living room ceiling is transformed by a dramatic, one-of-a-kind soffit in an organic, wavelike shape.
Then peristalsis (the wavelike muscular contractions that aid in digestion) can cause the string, which becomes taut, to actually saw through the intestines.
In ordering poets and poems I have sought to convey overlapping wavelike motions from past to present and back to past, from personal to social and back to personal, and finally from the Caribbean to parts north and back again.
Fluctuance--a wavelike motion beneath the lesion when pressure is applied--may be present.