- n. Plural form of fluctuation.
“macrometeorology and climatology should be shown by experiment to be ruled by clearly separated processes, In particular there should exist at least one time span àÅ½à» on the order of one lifetime that is both long enough for micrometeorological fluctuations to be averaged out and short enough to avoid climate fluctuations ”
“On what he called fluctuations in the currency markets, he said the weakening of the rand could be attributed to the strength of the US dollar against all other currencies.”
“In climate models I'd expect lots of details too, dunno what, but at a guess, perhaps statistical patterns in fluctuations and correlations of expected temperature, humidity, and wind as a function of position, altitude, and time of day and year.”
“These are short-term fluctuations and the results from various auctions are quite dramatically different," said Anthony Thomas , a senior analyst in the sovereign risk group.”
“A friend of mine who was in town recently - a physicist from Maryland specializing in solar studies - summed it up pretty well when he said there's no question human activities have some effect on the earth, but the degree to which people are applying limited observations to describe fluctuations is questionable.”
“Speaking on Capitol Hill Wednesday, Molycorp Chief Executive Mark Smith said, "Although there may some some short-term fluctuations and impact related to recent speculation in China, we remain very, very bullish on the prices of these materials.”
“Market participants are mixed on whether the crude is just suffering a series of short-term fluctuations--or the beginning of a longer-term pullback.”
“Many economists believe that, looking beyond the near-term fluctuations, the market is likely to be sluggish at best, given the variety of pressures on house prices.”
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