sawtooth pattern


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Dermatology An appearance by light microscopy, which corresponds to a jagged and thickened dermal-epidermal junction, classically described in lichen planus
Imaging A jagged radiocontrast column seen by barium studies of the colon in ischaemic colitis, exudative enteropathy, cathartic colon, necrotising enterocolitis secondary to congenital megacolon—Hirschsprung’s disease—and rarely in diverticulosis, a pattern attributed to a combination of oedema and erosion of the mucosa

sawtooth pattern

Dermatology An appearance by LM corresponding to a jagged and thickened dermal-epidermal junction, classically described in lichen planus–Radiology A jagged radiocontrast column seen by barium studies of the colon in ischemic colitis, exudative enteropathy, cathartic colon, necrotizing enterocolitis 2º to congenital megacolon–Hirschsprung's disease, and rarely in diverticulosis, a pattern attributed to a combination of edema and erosion of the mucosa.
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Equation (3) also implies that on the NYSE, there will be a sawtooth pattern for the relation between ex-day price drop and the dividend amount.
On the TSX, under Assumptions A and B, the ex-day price drop follows Equation (6), which does not imply a sawtooth pattern in the relation between the ex-day price drop and dividend amount.
Then the existence of a sawtooth pattern is equivalent to [a.
Bali and Hite (1998), Dubofsky (1992), and Jakob and Ma (2004) all report that on the NYSE, the ex-day price drop as a function of dividend amount has a sawtooth pattern.
This is not that unusual considering the sawtooth pattern of polyester fiberfill sales--down one year, up the next (see Table 3 for details of the past 10 years).
The Florida and Georgia markets continue to evidence a modest recovery albeit in a sawtooth pattern.
Beginning 600 kilometers offshore and coming within 30 kilometers of the crippled nuclear plant, the research team sailed a sawtooth pattern, gathering water samples from as deep as 1,000 meters, and collecting samples of phytoplankton, zooplankton, and small fish.
When they stretched it out again, the characteristic sawtooth pattern of tension changes repeated.