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a transaction in the stock market at a price above the price of the preceding transaction

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Chairman McCain also commented on a new report released by the Navy revealing an uptick in similar oxygen system failures on F/A-18 and T-45 aircraft:
Once the rest of the industry reports later on this year, I think you'll see an uptick in variable sales," he said.
Storage proved its sensitivity to spending upticks and downticks.
There were also quirky upticks in the tentative roll: Garages in Queens went up 11.
The February Index was at year-end 2003 levels, while the January index was almost 20% higher than year-end 2003, with the upticks spreading across major industries including: health care, manufacturing, trade, construction and communications.