Eustatic Sea Level Change

Science / Geology / Eustatic Sea Level Change: A rise or fall in sea level that affects the entire earth. Thought to be caused by an increase/decrease in the amount of available water or a change in the capacity of ocean basins.

Other Words for Change

Change Noun Synonyms: substitution, replacement, exchange, interchange, switch
Change Verb Synonyms: exchange, interchange, switch, trade, replace (with), substitute, swap or swop
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Other Words for Level

Level Noun Synonyms: horizontal, prone, supine
Level Verb Synonyms: aim, point, draw a bead, direct, train, focus
Level Adjective Synonyms: even, smooth, plane, uniform, plain, flat, flush, straight, true
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Other Words for Sea

Sea Verb Synonyms: swell, breaker, wave
Sea Adjective Synonyms: ocean, deep blue sea, high seas, (briny) deep, (bounding) main, Neptune's or Poseidon's kingdom or domain, blue water, Davy Jones's locker, briny, drink, pond (= 'Atlantic Ocean')
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Price Change Accounting

Business / Accounting / Price Change Accounting: Accounting for the value of assets, stock, raw materials etc. by their current market value instead of the more traditional Historic Cost . MORE

Principal Exchange-Rated-Linked Securities (PERLS)

Business / Finance / Principal Exchange-Rated-Linked Securities (PERLS): A debt instrument with its principal and interest denominated in U.S. dollars, but with principal repayment depending on the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar against a foreign currency. MORE

Price Change

Business / Finance / Price Change: Increase or decrease in the closing price of a security compared to the previous day's closing price. MORE

Pressure Change

Science / Weather / Pressure Change: The net difference between the barometric pressure at the beginning and ending of a specified interval of time, usually the three hour period preceding an observation. MORE

Preseason

Entertainment / Football / Preseason: In the NFL, games (in or around August) that do not count toward the final team standings. These games are used to pick final team rosters. Star players often have limited playing time during preseaso MORE

Qualitative Change

Entertainment / Literature / Qualitative Change: In linguistics, an alteration in the perceived quality of a sound or the basic nature of a sound. Contrast with quantitative change, below. MORE

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