choppy

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marked by abrupt transitions

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rough with small waves

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Although the M2 measure constructed from individual banks and thrifts is choppier, the correlation coefficient between the two series is approximately 50% over the 1984-2004 period, indicating that our measure of M2 is a reasonable proxy for movements in actual M2.
The animation in the short is similar to the TV show: simple and bright like much Japanese animation, with the dropped frames that save money and create a choppier look than most American eyes are used to seeing in action-oriented animation.
But as the retail sea got choppier Sainsbury too often found itself in the wake of its nimbler rivals.
On the downside, this leaves a long period of time open for speculation on the prospects for the UK's credit rating to reign supreme, which may make the already-volatile British pound even choppier.
On balance, we still have a favourable view on the long-term outlook for equity markets, although we foresee choppier seas over the summer months.
With the impact of previous rate rises yet to fully feed through the economy, and a rate rise on the cards for May, the water could be choppier ahead.
But having completed a BDMLR training course, David quickly established the seal wasn't badly hurt and was probably only resting from the previous day's choppier seas.
Sir Jack may have stepped down and put his youngest son Rick in charge of steering the club through choppier waters, but that has not diminished his paternal nature or affection for the club.
Senior stylist Karen Lindie then created a spliced side fringe and long layers to give a choppier feel.
Think of aerobics, except that your movements are sharper and choppier.
However, the very strong demand for loans, resulting from CLO growth, has driven yields lower, leading to some structural and credit deterioration that may result in choppier waters for both structures when the next economic downturn takes place.
Initially I felt that given the fantastic run we've seen over the last few years, this year would be a lot choppier.
While the east of the island has been tamed with its calm seas, sandy beaches and plethora of resorts, the north west remains wilder and more untamed with an unforgiving coastline, choppier seas and pebble beaches.
It is hot down below and, as the boat moves into choppier waters, she shows no signs of seasickness, but is always ready to hand anyone with problems a mint.