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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has acquired Nebraska, US-based Fantasy's Convenience stores with Ride the Wave carwashes, to expand presence in the greater Omaha market, the company said.
The upcoming sessions -- Go with the Flow, Ride the Wave and Calming Waters -- will be led by lululemon ambassador Melissa Ghattas.
"But it can help at places like here and Edgbaston, where the crowd do get on your side and you ride the wave a little bit.
Minneapolis, MN, February 11, 2016 --(PR.com)-- LATERALUS is offering the Ride the Wave workshop to highlight the three new challenges for organizations: the new power dynamic between customers and companies, the new mindset needed to add modern organizational capabilities, and the new relationship that all business leaders have with professional risk.
Now he continues to ride the wave of the Hoffman bump.
JOE Hart is determined to 'ride the wave' all the way to Premier League title glory.
Jill Brannan, assistant principal for curriculum at Redcar & Cleveland College whose groundbreaking Ride the Wave programme to encourage young entrepreneurs has been adopted by 28 colleges across the UK, agreed that there was a woeful lack of advice for 14 to 16-year-olds.
FEW managers believed their firms could ride the wave of the economic crisis and most complained that work pressures had increased as a result of the downturn, according to a new report today.
Conversely, while they ride the wave of a prosperous mining market, they will prepare for the down turn by diversifying the client base and location of the work.
A big wave comes in, and Brian yells to me to "ride the wave." I've seen him ride waves and try to get into position.
Today, NAFB members ride the wave of technology as we use these resources to grow our knowledge base and share it with our listeners.