initial dip

initial dip

[i′nish·əl ′dip]
(geology)
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After an initial dip, the indices recovered to end the session marginally higher.
Comments from the Reserve Bank governor, Graeme Wheeler, did not dent the value of the New Zealand dollar, which pared slight losses after an initial dip.
After an initial dip in test scores, all student groups in the district had a 6 percent increase in reading and math proficiency from 2012 to 2015.
The waters feel very hot upon your initial dip, but eventually you get used to it.
By the end of the year, bookings to Tunisia remained well below the initial dip that followed the March attack.
Oil prices steadied after an initial dip on prospects of weaker demand in China, the world's second largest economy.
We had a newly installed dome, and the associated NATOPS procedure is to conduct an initial dip of 50 to 100 feet and then to fully seat the dome before conducting further dipping operations.
"Likewise, following an initial dip, manufacturing has performed well throughout the downturn, but growth in the sector was overtaken by the service industry last year.
After an initial dip, MICEX recovered during the second half of the session to close 0.4% lower following China's announcement to cut its banks' reserve ratios by 50 bpts.
But a University of Virginia education professor who has researched the impact of block schedules warns that districts can expect to see an initial dip in student productivity when they make the change, and that neither schedule will be successful without sufficient teacher training and buy-in.
"It has been initiated in response to ongoing guidance from the UK authorities (the Bank of England, the Financial Services Authority and the Treasury) that banks that fail in the future should not expect capital injections from the public purse." EMAIL your letters@dailypost.or write PO Box Hall Liverpool L69 3EB Shares in Britain''s banks slipped in line with European peers, while sterling recovered from an initial dip as it shrugged off news of a disappointing start to the fiscal year for Britain's public finances.
"They are very happy buying on the dip, as we see the same old problems hanging around." Oil prices recovered from an initial dip on the China data to be slightly higher.

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