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  • There is not a supply problem but an upcurve in developing countries DEMAND for oil.

    Fighting over oil « BuzzMachine

  • Over this I marked two parallel horizontal lines: one well above the trend line, marked "A," and one crossing it at the upcurve, marked "B."

    Spin

  • Note: Rhines threw sidearm, except for the “upcurve” which was thrown underhanded, and appeared to break upwards.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Note: Rhines threw sidearm, except for the “upcurve” which was thrown underhanded, and appeared to break upwards.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Note: Rhines threw sidearm, except for the “upcurve” which was thrown underhanded, and appeared to break upwards.

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • There was only the vast upcurve of the top-chords and the stupendous down-curve of the bottom-chords and the line between that stood for the foreshortened sixteen hundred feet of bridge-floor level extending from the north shore to the swaying tip of that unanchored north third of the central span.

    Out of the Primitive

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