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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How can spring rise higher than the source, Erro asked the court.
That leaves a spring rise in play, which is where the market consensus for liftoff is anyway, but is it likely?
But it did offer a few fun spring terms, including freshet, which is the annual spring rise in streams in cold climates as a result of snow melt, and frog storm, the first bad weather in spring after a warm period.
John Boon, 59 of Spring Rise, Leeds, who was found guilty of money laundering was given a six month sentence suspended for two years.
Water resource management in the West is based on a reliable spring rise in streams from snowmelt.
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SPRING Rise Cottage nestles in the village of Branscombe close to the holiday attractions of Beer, Seaton Bay and Sidmouth on Devon's south coast.
John Boon, 59 of Spring Rise, Leeds was found not guilty on the charge of conspiracy to defraud but unanimously convicted by the jury of concealing criminal property.