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Woody

Slang to describe a market moving strongly upward, as in, "This market has a woody."

Woody

Informal; describing a sudden, large uptick in market prices. This may refer to a single security, but usually refers to a stock market at large. For example, one may say, "The market has a woody," to describe this situation.
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In the three-man team event, Woodier teamed up with two players on the tour.
Woodier gave a V-sign as he arrived at Teesside Crown Court yesterday.
Teesside's first pro pool player Steve Woodier at Eden Road, Grove Hill, Middlesbrough, in 1999
Mrs Woodier gave the receipt to the pub after the reception and it has been there ever since.
Mr Woodier, who is also a theatre assistant at Wals-grave Hospital, is inviting people to phone in with requests.
First up Dan Harris great pot 1-0, Irwin for Notts 1-1, Ste Thompson (Tees) pot 2-1, Jules Goodyear pot 2-2, Paul Lynch (Tees) pot 3-2, I'anson pot 3-3, Gav Robinson (Tees) pot 4-3, Kev Seaman of Notts missed his pot leaving Steve Woodier needing to pot to win the crown for Teesside.
Pool league presentations Winner Steve Woodier, centre, with runners up Dave Little, left, and Kevin Pigott in 2000
Chris Bowran and Steve Woodier are joint top of the A Division averages; the former boasting a record of 20 wins from 24 and the latter 20 from 28.
Seven local players make the A Division top 10 rankings, which are led by Peter Woodier (24-17).
Cleveland's Steve Woodier is top on 12 wins from 16, followed by Teesside's Chris Bowron (12-16), Ste Burnett (11-13), Ste Thompson (11-16), Peter Woodier (11-16), Dan Harris (10-16) and John Shaw (10-16) of Cleveland.
The hosts had been leading 15-13, but they lost the first six frames in the last set and it took wins from Shaw, Stevenson and Steve Woodier in the last three frames to get the draw.
Julie Woodier, from Marton, has set herself the challenge of trekking across Machu Picchu after being inspired by the hospice and understanding how important end of life care and support for their families is.