Ebb Interval

Science / Tides and Currents / Ebb Interval: The interval between the transit of the Moon over the meridian of a place and the time of the following ebb strength.

Other Words for Ebb

Ebb Noun Synonyms: decline, decay, decrease, diminution, wane, drop, slackening (off), dwindling, lessening, deterioration, degeneration
Ebb Verb Synonyms: recede, flow back, subside, go out, go down, fall back or away, retreat, retrocede, retire
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Other Words for Interval

Interval Noun Synonyms: intermission, interlude, entr'acte, break, pause, recess, rest (period), period, time, wait, spell, delay, lapse
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Lunicurrent Interval

Science / Tides and Currents / Lunicurrent Interval: The interval between the Moon's transit (upper or lower) over the local or Greenwich meridian and a specified phase of the tidal current following the transit. Examples are strength of flood interval MORE

Nebbiolo

Life Style / Wine Grapes / Nebbiolo: Has synonym names of Spanna in the northern hills of Piedmont, Italy: Picutener and Pugnet are two local clones grown in the Carema DOC, N.W. Piedmont. Also the Chiavennasca vine in Lombardy. Is the v 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

Lunitidal Interval

Science / Tides and Currents / Lunitidal Interval: The interval between the Moon's transit (upper or lower) over the local or Greenwich meridian and the following high or low water. The average of all high water intervals for all phases of the Moon is MORE

Reentry Interval

Business / Agriculture / Reentry Interval: The period of time immediately following the application of a pesticide during which unprotected workers should not enter a field. MORE

Rest Interval

Health / Fitness / Rest Interval: Pause between sets of an exercise, which allows muscles to recover partially before beginning next set. MORE

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