upcurve

upcurve

(ˈʌpˌkɜːv)
n
an upward curve
vb (intr)
to curve upwards
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The city of Austin is an attractive market for New Media's growing business offerings such as UpCurve and GateHouse Live.
A $100 million line of equity has been invested by Post Oak Energy Capital LP to newly-formed UpCurve Energy LLC.
According to Industrial Securities, the petrochemical industry's capacity expansion reached a record high in 2012 and will continue the upcurve for a while.
Applying these developments to the life-cycle curve gives a much more optimistic picture, suggesting that optical security devices--DROVIDs--are still on the growth upcurve, as shown in the graph.
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A four-door saloon with huge wheel arches, sectional nose, and distinctive rear shoulder upcurves, the very different look Dodge certainly has street attitude in full measure.
While it's often difficult to distinguish one sandpiper from another, the marbled godwit is easy to ID, thanks to its unusual bill, which upcurves ever so slightly.
Even adjusted to account for increases caused by an aging population, there have been sharp upcurves in brain cancer (22.