double bottom


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double bottom

[¦dəb·əl ′bäd·əm]
(naval architecture)
A ship bottom with space between the inner and outer plating.
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He was obliged to laugh at the idea, monsieur, as your friend is doing now,--for whoever heard of a mattress having a double bottom?"
Unless built upon piles, like Notre-Dame, a palace, a fortress, a church, had always a double bottom. In cathedrals, it was, in some sort, another subterranean cathedral, low, dark, mysterious, blind, and mute, under the upper nave which was overflowing with light and reverberating with organs and bells day and night.
He noticed a double bottom pattern on the stock's chart, which he sees as a bullish pattern.
Her leadership will help drive FIF forward as it continues to deliver a double bottom line of profitability and positive social impact.
A potential double bottom trend reversal pattern has formed in the price chart of Aramex.
As an alternative, Mangun said the PSEi could hold fort at 7,000, resulting in a 'double bottom' or a technical formation that will suggest a rebound.
The fake money was wrapped in carbon paper and stashed in a suitcase with a double bottom, the statement said.
The drop in price has rendered the small double bottom pattern noted yesterday inactive.
Analysts said a double bottom has been formed in Saudi's Tadawul index, indicating bullishness.
The mug, one of thousands of kitchenware items seized by Nazi guards from those deported to the camp in southern Poland during World War II, was found to have an inside double bottom, under which a gold ring and necklace wrapped in a piece of canvas were hidden.
DBL stands for "double bottom line," the idea that the first bottom line requires a company to make money.
Its break above major chart resistance at 0.50-52 dirham, where it peaked in May this year and March 2012, triggered a double bottom formed by the 2011 and 2012 lows.