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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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The three-sided, open-top GRE was constructed close to the end of Runway 13R, where open air run-ups at El Dorado were previously performed.
We had not been conducting engine run-ups prior to takeoff for as long as I had been in the squadron, even though we train to it during initial instruction at flight safety.
The Ground Run-up Enclosure (GRE), the first in Canada, will be located adjacent to the airport's South Terminal.
Both ends of the bowlers' run-ups the other night were just not up to scratch and that was the main reason why the umpires did not rule the ground fit.
45pm and by then it became apparent that the work of the groundstaff in preparing the run-ups had been in vain.
Edwards aborted three run-ups in one over, before things finally came to a head when he simply gave up trying and threw the ball to wicketkeeper Denesh Ramdin.
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.
Leadbeater admitted there was no way play could have gone ahead because the bowlers' run-ups and landing areas at either end of the pitch were pure mud due to the torrential rain over previous days.
While the industry as a whole has recovered from the devastating hurricanes of two years ago, the market remains susceptible to additional run-ups in price due to hurricanes or colder winter weather.
The morning gains follow recent run-ups that brought the benchmark Nikkei about 4.
Dr Iwan Griffiths and his team have spent seven years researching how to take the perfect penalty including analysis of body language, the length of run-ups and the importance of not giving "visual cues" to goalkeepers.
A reduction in inflation can fuel run-ups in housing prices if people suffer from money illusion.
In past spikes at the pump, drivers kept filling up without denting demand, but Rayola Dougher, the trade group's manager of energy market issues, said this year's dramatic run-ups in price finally shocked them into cutting back on their gasoline consumption.
But because the risk is spread among more people, they're also buffered from rate run-ups following a high claims year.