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strong

1. (of a colour) having a high degree of saturation or purity; being less saturated than a vivid colour but more so than a moderate colour; produced by a concentrated quantity of colouring agent
2. (of a wind, current, etc.) moving fast
3. (of a syllable) accented or stressed
4. (of certain acids and bases) producing high concentrations of hydrogen or hydroxide ions in aqueous solution
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Geithner for his part reaffirmed Washington's support for a strong currency, saying, "A strong dollar is very important to the United States.
A strong currency, however, is a barometer of economic strength.
It dampens the effect of then having to sell a coatings or other product outside Europe priced in a strong currency like the euro.
Offshore investors could find this property enticing for the same reasons using the benefit of their strong currency.
Record results have been achieved despite a strong currency headwind and a further rise in raw material costs.
There is also little reason to invest in capacity in Brazil, since its strong currency is attracting imported polyethylene from the U.
Mr Sentance, who was in the region visiting businesses yesterday and today, said manufacturing seemed to be holding up well in the North-East despite rising energy prices and the strong currency.
Still, tourists abound, and even in sticky August we locals are inundated with Europeans enjoying their monthlong vacations and strong currency.
That and a strong currency is murderous on forestry trade.
A strong national currency, in contrast, will primarily benefit just the country with the strong currency.