first bottom

first bottom

[¦fərst ′bäd·əm]
(geology)
The floodplain of a river, below the first terrace.
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In May, Everton suffered their first bottom half finish in the Premier League for nine years when they finished 11th.
DBL stands for "double bottom line," the idea that the first bottom line requires a company to make money.
Details of the payouts were revealed as Lloyds confirmed statutory profits of PS415m against losses of PS606m in 2012 - its first bottom line profit since 2010.
I found the first bottom at 1.4556 and then setup an entry point at 1.4576 for the second bottom.
Without further ado NSBA is pleased to bring you the first Bottom Line.
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The Frommelt INSULATOR Dock Sealing System from Rite-Hite features a fire-resistant header seal, vertical moving side pads, an exceptionally durable fabric and the innovative first bottom seal.
Then peel the paper from the first bottom section and press firmly on to the floor.