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mean,

in statistics, a type of averageaverage,
number used to represent or characterize a group of numbers. The most common type of average is the arithmetic mean. See median; mode.
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. The arithmetic mean of a group of numbers is found by dividing their sum by the number of members in the group; e.g., the sum of the seven numbers 4, 5, 6, 9, 13, 14, and 19 is 70 so their mean is 70 divided by 7, or 10. Less often used is the geometric mean (for two quantities, the square root of their product; for n quantities, the nth root of their product).

mean

see MEASURES OF CENTRAL TENDENCY.

mean

[mēn]
(mathematics)
A single number that typifies a set of numbers, such as the arithmetic mean, the geometric mean, or the expected value. Also known as mean value.

mean

Maths
a. the second and third terms of a proportion, as b and c in a/b = c/d
b. another name for average See also geometric mean

MEAN

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They accepted Left-wing changes, and promised to continue them, a little more slowly and a little more meanly, but claiming that, as Mrs Thatcher said, 'the Health Service is safe in our hands'.
But Zala is no saint; she sometimes drinks to drown her troubles, quarrels meanly with Spence, and understandably at times neglects to do all she might for Kofi and Kenti.
Certainly, the Sheffield referee's efforts to enter into the spirit of Christmas materialised meanly into Highfield Road's version of Ebeneezer Scrooge.
The novel had been mostly forgotten when Randall Jarrell reminded readers of its existence, pointing out in a New York Times article in 1955 that he had been "getting people to read it for ten years, with the most dazzling results." Elizabeth Hardwick, in a New Republic piece of the same year, praised its "truly radical power and authenticity," adding that Stead's "name means nothing to most people...none of [her] work is in print...The dust, grimly, meanly collecting, has fallen upon work of sheer astonishment and success." Randall Jarrell's introduction to the 1965 republication, ten years after his Times mention, again called the novel an overlooked masterpiece of universal appeal.
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When the British used "Red Indian" mercenaries against the American colonists in 1776, provoking a howl of racist resentment that appears in the preamble to the Declaration of Independence, Tom Paine argued that the tribes were victims just as much as the rebels and accused George III of "dealing meanly by them and unjustly by us." It is unedifying in rather the same way to see two oppressed groups - Soviet Jews and Palestinian Arabs - set so calculatedly against each other as a matter of state policy.
Hamlin said: "Like adults, infants incorporate information about not only what people do (e.g., acting nicely or meanly) but also whom they do it to (e.g., a person who is liked or disliked) when they make social evaluations."
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Send your nativity pictures for inclusion on our Postcard from Wales on our letters page to Tim Dickeson at wmreaderpics@wme.co.uk: NATIVITY DO'S AND DON'TS FOR PERANTS:DO's:Show up Get there early If you're going to take a camcorder, make sure you're allowed to video the event Stand at the back or side if you're intent on videoing the play Sort out the costume well in advance Help your child learn their lines Incur the wrath of everyone by standing in front of everyone as you take your pictures/video the event However tempting it might be, don't laugh meanly at the inevitable poor little singer who sounds like someone playing a cat
By foolishly and meanly refusing to chip in a few pennies now to put essential government services on life-support, voters who behave like cynical misers will end up forking out vastly more in the future to repair years of neglect.
With exaggerated deference a hard-eyed burgher-like type presents a meanly filled glass to a coquettishly dressed girl in A Woman with Two Men at the Braunschweig Museum.
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