run-up


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run-up

n. a movement upward in the value of one or more securities. (Securities markets.) The market’s had a good run-up in the past week.
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Since the facility became fully operational, the airport has passed a resolution requiring all run-ups to be conducted inside the facility.
Despite the run-ups in gold and platinum, there is little reason to believe silver will visit the $6 or even $5 range soon.
Speaking about the bowlers' run-ups Clarke added: "I'm 75 kilos and when I put my foot on that area it was very unstable, so I can't imagine that [Ryan] Sidebottom, [Brett] Lee, [Mitchell] Johnson, who are a little bit bigger boys than me, running in to bowl on that.
Our Stable Flow run-up enclosures, which are currently in use at airports across the globe, have proven to be reliable solutions for performing engine runs in challenging wind conditions" says Bergin.
The only way is up for Bleasdale, it would seem, especially as this year she has graduated to full-size poles and full-length run-ups.
Winter officially arrived yesterday, but the country has enjoyed one of the warmest run-ups to the season on record.
The batsmen were soon out in the nets, with Kevin Pietersen taking on the bowling machine, while England's attack, such as Stuart Broad, were testing out their run-ups before the series begins in earnest.
Exxon Mobil continues to be well managed, but also continues to benefit from oil price run-ups that are not reflective of company or individual performance," ISS said in a report issued last week.
Maybe the covering system at the grounds is something that the counties can continue to look at because to me the number one priority is trying to keep the wicket dry and the second priority is the bowlers' run-ups.
After Sunday's match was abandoned seven balls into the England reply, last night's day/night clash went the same way at 8pm local time after officials ruled that the bowlers' run-ups were waterlogged.
The strong value gains in the previous five-year period were due in large part to price run-ups from 2005 to 2008, when the price of crude oil and other raw materials soared.
Sections of the ground were covered in sand and both new-ball bowlers, Jerome Taylor and Fidel Edwards, had shown their displeasure with their run-ups almost immediately.
Strauss batted in the shortest Test in history yesterday as just 10 balls were possible at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium before match officials ceased play because of the the atrocious state of the bowlers' run-ups.
Factors in the price run-ups, include the Spring's excessively wet weather delaying planting, Midwest flooding that drowned out planted fields, export demand, record high crude oil prices and the Argentina farmers strike.