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neap

1. of, relating to, or constituting a neap tide
2. short for neap tide

NEAP

abbrev. for Near-Earth Asteroid Prospector. A NASA mission to (4660) Nereus planned for launch between 2007 and 2010.
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The average suspended sediment concentrations at Coraki during the spring and neap tide were 13.
Unlike NEAR, NEAP was brought into existence for a very unique task: to explore and exploit both the enormous reservoir of scientific wealth and valuable elements found in near-earth asteroids.
At such times the gravitational action of the Sun counteracts the dominant Moon's action, resulting in neap tides.
Construct playground to NEAP standards and DDA requirements.
National EOC coordinator stressed that lessons learnt from 2014 will form basis of the NEAP 2015.
Uaysher is by Genus Hidalgo and out of Stockdales Mirtle; Ursi by Ronick Luke and out of Lumbylaw Neap.
All fishing will be at anchor and we can advise on the best available tides, for example; neap tides are most suitable because that means high water is more often in the morning and low tide in late afternoon and they will provide enough tide run to encourage good sport.
NEAP -- as the MicroNEAP implementation is a seamless addition to our growing, fixed-price space-mission product line," said Benson.
amp; Coordination FATA in a presentation on the overall situation informed the meeting that NEAP was strictly been implemented and the guidelines outlines in the policy were being followed in letter and spirit.
What are the natural factors which go into the creating of neap and spring tides?
To enter, answer this simple question: Is a Neap tide big or small?