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bottom

1. Nautical touch bottom to run aground
2. Nautical the parts of a vessel's hull that are under water
3. (in literary or commercial contexts) a boat or ship
4. Billiards Snooker a strike in the centre of the cue ball
5. a dry valley or hollow
6. US and Canadian the low land bordering a river

bottom

[′bäd·əm]
(computer science)
The termination of a file.
(geology)
The bed of a body of running or still water.
(particle physics)
The new quantum number associated with the bottom quark. Also known as beauty.

Bottom

under spell, grows ass’s head. [Br. Lit.: A Midsummer Night’s Dream]

bottom

(theory)
The least defined element in a given domain.

Often used to represent a non-terminating computation.

(In LaTeX, bottom is written as \perp, sometimes with the domain as a subscript).
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In the 12 months following the last 10 market bottoms (1949 to 2002), stock returns have averaged 32%.
Keith Dunne, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, several initial signs point toward the market bottom being near.
17 psf, up by more than 16% from the market bottom.
If the market bottom has now been reached this could be the moment when lump sum investments begin to outperform regular investments.
A: It is clear, that on a relative basis, the hotel sector has performed best since the market bottom.
69 percent -- its lowest level since the equity market bottom of March 2009 -- from 2.
While Desiderio said she called the market bottom in the second quarter of 2009 -- and she said she stands by that -- she told The Real Deal that she saw activity picking up in August of last year.
Contract notice: Management market bottom dock landfills (aoo-2014-03).
Sensing a market bottom, retailers jumped at the opportunity to take space along Madison Avenue corridor from 57th St.
But while he's confident that good residential real estate investments will abound in the coming years, Baron was reluctant to call a market bottom.
Blue-chip stocks surged higher Friday as the previous day's powerful rebound reassured investors that the summer's lows will hold as a market bottom, even with a troubling economic backdrop.