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  • n. Plural form of swing.


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  • That is one reason that our measure if innovation prowess is a weight average over five years-this stabilizes the measure for short term swings.

  • ABRAMSON: By afternoon, a forest of red and green monkey bars and swings is rising from the ground.

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  • CIC officials have defended the fund's performance, saying it is a long-term investor that shouldn't be judged by short-term swings in its holdings.

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  • Waging war by the way the polls swings is a complete disaster.

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  • Gaining 50 pounds in 9 months with intense mood swings is not something you would wish the love of your life to see.

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  • Medallion gained 80% in 2008, a disastrous year for the stock market, thanks in part to its focus on taking advantage of short-term swings, both up and down, in all kinds of markets.

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  • In addition, emerging-market currencies still post big short-term swings when markets are under stress.

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  • You blow the spider off your arm so it doesn't bite you while you smush it, and it swings from a silken thread below your elbow.

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  • I feel like it swings from the satirical, dry humor like SWP to the defensive to the educational. given that this is coming from minorities who have been and continue to be discriminated against in subtle and not so subtle ways, it's not surprising.

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  • Alot of emphasis has been placed on the performance of the health insurance stocks lately and many are using short-term swings in the stock prices as proof that this version of the health reform bill or that amendment is good or bad for health insurance stocks.

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  • Also, 3rd person singular of the verb 'to swing'. 'She swings on the garden swing every day in the holidays.'

    October 24, 2011