spring range

spring range

[′spriŋ ′rānj]
(oceanography)
The mean semidiurnal range of tide when spring tides are occurring; the mean difference in height between spring high water and spring low water. Also known as mean spring range.
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So pop into the WindowScene showroom at Glasgow Road, in Paisley and see the new Spring range of windows and doors.
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"Once the ewes had lambed they were turned out on to the Spring range, usually on a Pinon-Juniper type of range.
The spring adjusting nut is easily accessible, providing simple adjustment of the starting point within the selected spring range.