spot group

spot group

[′spät ‚grüp]
(astrophysics)
A complex formation of the sun's surface consisting of a sunspot with several umbrae surrounded by a single penumbra, or of several sunspots which are close together and clearly associated.
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Through the Renfrew White Cart River Bank Nature Spot group, Neil has been a prominent supporter of Renfrewshire Council's successful Team Up to Clean Up campaign, which aims to support people to take pride in their area.
On Spot Group Exhibition jury selected 36 best photos as best images of weird and unusual moments on streets.
The race is organised by the Sweet Spot Group, who also organise the OVO Energy Women's Tour, which has a leg start in nearby Atherstone.
Once the final sweet spot group is established, I average the ten rounds producing that group to find the sweet spot length.
Nodal analysis using the concepts of ecological constancy (the frequency of occurrence of a group of species in a given fishing spot group) and fidelity (how much a group of species is restricted to a certain fishing spot group, when comparing the individual group constancy to the average constancy of all groups) (Boesch, 1977; Monteiro-Neto et al., 2008), was used to express the relationship between species and fishing spot groups.
Seeing an opening in the market that needed to be filled, Morrow launched Spot Group LLC which "fills a void in major cities nationwide where luxury residential buildings are prevalent."
A patch of plage was also seen to the NE of the spot group on Sept 21, 22 & 23.
For the second ingredient, each group contribution to the principal component was appeared in a normal appearance group, black nose stages 1 to 2, white hair and black hair group to the negative direction, and black nose stages 3 to 5 and white spot group appeared to the positive direction with Holstein breed.
Spain were sluggish in their 1-0 win over Croatia which secured top spot Group C with seven points from their three games, having opened with a draw against Italy.