Mean

Business / Finance / Mean: The expected value of a random variable. Arithmetic average of a sample.

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Mean Verb Synonyms: portend, show, foretell, foreshadow, promise, presage, augur, herald
Mean Noun Synonyms: intend, design, purpose, plan, aim, have in mind, contemplate, have in view, want, wish, expect, hope, be motivated by, have as justification
Mean Adjective Synonyms: denote, signify, indicate, note, specify, designate, represent, betoken, signal, carry, convey, drive at, refer to, allude to, communicate, express, bring out, get over or across, imply, suggest, connote, intimate, hint (at)
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Mean High-Water Line (MHWL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean High-Water Line (MHWL): The line on a chart or map which represents the intersection of the land with the water surface at the elevation of mean high water. See shoreline. MORE

Mean Low Water Springs (MLWS)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Low Water Springs (MLWS): A tidal datum. Frequently abbreviated spring low water. The arithmetic mean of the low water heights occurring at the time of spring tides observed over the National Tidal Datum Epoch. It is usually d MORE

Mean Low Water Line (MLWL)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Low Water Line (MLWL): The line on a chart or map which represents the intersection of the land with the water surface at the elevation of mean low water. MORE

Mean Rise Interval (MRI)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Rise Interval (MRI): The average interval between the transit of the Moon and the middle of the period of the rise of the tide. It may be computed by adding half the duration of rise to the mean low water interval, subtra MORE

Mean Range Of Tide (Mn)

Science / Tides and Currents / Mean Range Of Tide (Mn): The difference in height between mean high water and mean low water. MORE

Relative Mean Sea Level Change

Science / Tides and Currents / Relative Mean Sea Level Change: A local change in mean sea level relative to a network of bench marks established in the most stable and permanent material available (bedrock, if possible) on the land adjacent to the tide station lo MORE

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