spring rise


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spring rise

[′spriŋ ′rīz]
(oceanography)
The height of mean high-water springs above the chart datum.
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The NCGA, which has opposed the FWS demand since it was first announced, said a spring rise has much more far-reaching, damaging effects.
I walk near there and have done since I was a child but the development of those houses and Spring Rise has destroyed the ecology of the fields which are constantly flooded.
Now three of Henry's employees - Asif Iqbal, 43, of Hall Bower, Newsome, Wendy Smith, 39, of Illingworth Road, Halifax and John Boon, 58, of Spring Rise, Leeds, - have gone on trial.
Asif Iqbal, 43, of Hall Bower, Newsome, Wendy Ann Smith, 38, of Illingworth Road, Illingworth, Halifax, and John Charles Boon, 58, of Park Spring Rise, Leeds, are accused of conspiracy to defraud, demanding money with menaces and money-laundering.
John Charles Boon, 58, of PARK Spring Rise, Leeds, is accused of conspiracy to defraud, demanding money with menaces and money-laundering.
John Charles Boon, 57, of Park Spring Rise, Leeds, appeared yesterday for the first time at a separate hearing.
John Charles Boon, 57, of Park Spring Rise, Leeds, who did not appear yesterday, also faces three charges.
Today the spring rises in an open crypt and flows out into a large exterior bathing pool.