American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. repetitive strain injury
“But there it was the applicant who was trying to avoid a Section 2 (d) finding by means of a disclaimer; the term RSI was not disclaimed in the cited registrations.”
“Although it's probably for the best since my RSI is acting up after clutching the pen for so long ...”
“The Matrix crashes on July 31st, so be sure to be logged in on that day to be assaulted by pretty much everyone and everything until everyone's RSI is smashed into a tiny, tiny ball.”
“It feels good and my RSI is flaring up right now so I don't want to pull a marathon session at the computer anyway.”
“This is an important distinction, as the short-term RSI for the OEX has now moved into oversold territory.”
“Sure, the RSI is bound to cut into my job choices, and I knew a lot of irritable librarians who are frequently aggravated by their jobs.”
“WorkPace® is a breaks and exercise software tool proven to help prevent, and aid recovery from, Repetitive Strain Injury also known as RSI, OOS and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.”
“I noticed a small booth for a company called RSI, which made relational databases.”
“The combination of a low VXO, a high equity put/call ratio and high short-term RSI readings has been the mark of a weak short-term market the last two times it has occurred, so caution is warranted.”
“We define oversold territory using the Relative Strength Index, or RSI, which is a technical analysis indicator used to measure momentum on a scale of zero to 100.”
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