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wind blowing in the same direction as the path of a ship or aircraft

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In business, the term "headwinds" are the opposite of the tailwinds.
The broker's analyst George Mensah said Asos was buoyed by an 8% currency tailwind, helping it "finish the financial year with a flourish", with 28.
Avoiding any and all tailwinds for takeoffs and landings is a great policy to have as you'll never have to make that call.
Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) has said that financial tailwinds will help the US.
You should have a tailwind (generally) approaching the front with winds somewhere to your left.
Thomas Weisel Partners Healthcare Tailwinds 2006 Conference on September 6th
The competition is sponsored by the Society of Automotive Engineers International and hosted by Lockheed Martin's Palmdale organization, with support from members of the Antelope Valley Tailwinds, the remote-control airplane club whose flying field is used.
The Tailwinds model airplane club will conducted demonstrations both days.
Judging by how the stocks have performed this year, the potential tailwinds haven't blown evenly through the industry.
Long EZ race and Tailwinds radio-controlled model airplane demonstration.
d'Arnaud-Taylor added "There are strong legislative and commercial tailwinds driving the future of ethanol and our company.
NYSE: CMX) today announced its intention to present at the upcoming Thomas Weisel Partners Healthcare Tailwinds Conference.
Nasdaq:CERN) invites you to listen to the live broadcast of the company's presentation at the Thomas Weisel Partners Healthcare Tailwinds 2005, in Boston.
EXACT Sciences Corporation (NASDAQ: EXAS) announced today that its presentation at the Thomas Weisel Partners Healthcare Tailwinds 2005 Conference will be webcast live.