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The phrase "Roll Tide" is a cheer for the University of Alabama football team, known as the Crimson Tide. The color crimson refers to the jerseys the football players wear, and the phrase refers to the team rolling over ...

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A local tide table displays the predicted times and heights of high and low tides. The height of the water is relative to a point called Mean Lower Low Water, which is the average height of the lowest tide during the rec...

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Air pressure is the amount of pressure the weight of air exerts on a specific point. In terms of weather, air pressure is measured in millibars, hectopascals or inches of mercury. For items such as tires and other inflat...

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"Crimson tide" is a term coined by an Alabama reporter to describe the University of Alabama football team's brilliant defense against rival Auburn during a 1907 football game played in a muddy "sea." The term stuck and ...

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The football team Arsenal has won the league 13 times. Arsenal first won the English league in the 1930 and 31 season and last earned the title during the 2003 and 2004 season. The club's most successful period was durin...

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Typical cheer teams often include the word cheer or cheerleaders in their name combined with a verb denoting excellence, such as Premium Cheer, Mighty Cheerleaders or All Star Cheer. Teams are sometimes referred to as sp...

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Some real life examples of periodic functions are the length of a day, voltage coming out of a wall socket and finding the depth of water at high or low tide. A periodic function is defined as a function that repeats its...

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