Equilibrium Argument

Science / Tides and Currents / Equilibrium Argument: The theoretical phase of a constituent of the equilibrium tide. It is usually represented by the expression (V+ u), in which V is a uniformly changing angular quantity involving multiples of the hour angle of the mean Sun, the mean longitudes of the Moon and Sun, and the mean longitude of lunar or solar perigee; and u is a slowly changing angle depending upon the longitude of the Moon's node. When pertaining to an initial instant of time, such as the beginning of a series of observations, it is expressed by (Vo+ u).

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Argument Noun Synonyms: debate, dispute, disagreement, quarrel, controversy, polemic, wrangle, squabble, tiff, spat, altercation, conflict, fight, fracas, affray, fray, Donnybrook, feud, row, falling-out, scrap, barney
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Greenwich Argument

Science / Tides and Currents / Greenwich Argument: Equilibrium argument computed for the meridian of Greenwich. MORE

Infant Industry Argument

Business / Finance / Infant Industry Argument: The category describing a company's primary business activity. This category is usually determined by the largest portion of revenue. MORE

Argument

Entertainment / Literature / Argument: A statement of a poem's major point--usually appearing in the introduction of the poem. Spenser presents such an argument in the introduction to his eclogues, Coleridge presents such in his marginalia MORE

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