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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.
. 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

MEAN

(MongoDB, Express, AngularJS, Node.js) A set of system software used for developing JavaScript-based Web applications. Node.js is server-side JavaScript, while Express provides an abbreviated framework for it. AngularJS is used for client-side JavaScript, and MongoDB is a highly scalable database that supports full clustering and automatic sharding. See MongoDB, Node.js, LAMP and database partitioning.
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I want to be very clear about something: I'm not advocating or defending or excusing bullying or any form of meanness. But I do think that calling every unkind act "bullying" is not helpful.
Participants of all ages were asked to select the emotion being conveyed in each recording, choosing from five basic emotions (anger, disgust, fear, happiness and sadness) and from social expressions of affiliation (friendliness) or hostility (meanness).
Participants of all ages were asked to select the emotion being conveyed in each recording, choosing from five basic emotions, anger, disgust, fear, happiness, and sadness, and from social expressions of affiliation (friendliness) or hostility (meanness).
Austerity, we shouldn't forget, is just meanness dressed up as a virtue.
So from where we sit, the 10-day deadline seems less like sheer meanness than managerial overconfidence.
Don't they know their friends are few Because their meanness grew and grew, So loosen up that fist so tight And let contentment be in sight.
Does their meanness and spite stem from their envy of knowing that in the supporter's eyes they can never measure up to those they are slighting?
According to its home website, a match 'marries the literary and performative aspects of Def Poetry Jam, rapier-witted quips of American Idol's judging (without any meanness), and the ridiculousness and hilarity of Double Dare.'"
The father's only explanation is people's meanness as a neighbor caused the closure of Dimitar's blacksmith shop in complaining about the noise.
Those who complain of "attacks on Christianity" would do well to examine what that term has come to embrace: radical departures from the humanitarian teachings of Jesus, efforts to impose narrow religious dogma on those who are not of the same persuasion, a blatant attempt to convert our democracy to a theocracy, and a meanness of spirit that defies cause and effect relationships.
"Every time atheist Richard Dawkins clears his throat I get a little bit more religious" Entertainer Alexander Armstrong "We live in a culture of meanness. My experience with fame 25 years ago was a gradual progression.
* NICKI Minaj believes people mistake her shyness for meanness.

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