ride the wave


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ride the wave

verb A regional term meaning to be under the influence of drugs.
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David Wilson from PD Ports, who has been involved, said: "I have been involved with Ride the Wave from the outset and the experience is always rewarding.
com,'' in an apparent effort to ride the wave of investor excitement generated in the last year by several high-profile IPOs of Internet-based companies.
An average cost of A$173 per ounce (US$127) in the first half and the Company's minimal hedging position has enabled it to ride the wave of recent high gold prices.
What I would like to see is the present government, headed by this president and this premier, who are clearly committed to reform, ride the wave of change and take China fully into the 21st century and basically dismantle the resistance to it,'' Clinton said.
I am very pleased that these investors have chosen to join us as we ride the wave of the rapidly recovering electronics manufacturing industry in the United States.
Investment philosophy: ``When a stock goes down, ride the wave.
With D2Audio's powerful module advantage, they are poised to ride the wave of digital conversion.
For his proposed Wave Cafe Morris enivisions a 650- to 700-seat restaurant with a surfing theme that would be centered around a million-dollar wave-making machine where surfers actually could ride the wave inside the restaurant.
Both are surging recently as momentum investors search for Internet stocks that might ride the wave of Chinese Web plays Netease.
We're seeing a resurgence of dance music right now in this country and with Provocative we're ready to ride the wave again.
Fort Greene is the quintessential land of the free and home of the brave where residents ride the wave of diversity.
By taking a page from their own book and thinking Customer Relationship Management along with new and concise strategies, the CRM suppliers can ride the wave of recovery and its 9.