The terms zonal and meridional are used to describe directions on a globe. Zonal means "along a latitude circle" or "in the west–east direction"; while meridional means "along a meridian" or "in the north–south direction". These terms are often used in the atmospheric and earth sciences to describe global phenomena, such as "meridional wind flow", or "zonal temperature". "Meridional" is also used to describe the axis close to the chain orientation in a polymer fiber, while the term "equatorial" is used to describe the direction normal to the fiber axis. For vector fields, the zonal component is denoted as u, while the meridional component is denoted as v.
The translations of mer. from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «mer.» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «MER.» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about mer.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MER.»
Discover the use of mer. in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to mer. and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Debussy: La Mer
In this study, La Mer is considered in the context of Debussy's personal and musical development. Detailed discussion of performance styles draw on current recordings, and two analytical chapters trace the growth of ideas through the work.
Simon Trezise, 1994
Silence de la Mer:
This first bilingual edition of France's most enduring wartime novel introduces Vercors's famous tale to a generation without personal experience of World War II who may not be able to read it in its original language.
Vercors, James W. Brown, Lawrence D. Stokes, 1993
The sea (La mer)
Jules Michelet. upon us Cuvier himself, at the close of his Introduction to his Pois-
tons, confesses that if that theory has no Historical value it has a logical value. On
the Sponge, see Paul Gervais Diet. d'Orb. V. 375; Grant in Chenn, 807, &c.
Jules Michelet, 1864
A complex and hypnotic masterpiece of orchestral texture, La Mer (The Sea) features marvelously fluid rhythm and shimmering evocations of light, color and the sea itself.
Trained by his human worldmates, Janni leads a mission to rid Outre Mer of its jailers. Many on Earth are content to let Outre Mer go its own way.
Michael Puttre, 2006
Les sauvages de la mer Pacifique: manufactured by Joseph ...
The imaginatively evoked scene created for the observer within the papered room a world of exotic cultures and environments.Four extensive essays examine the collection and reception of Pacific artifacts in Europe in the late 18th and early ...
Jean-Gabriel Charvet, Art Gallery of New South Wales, National Gallery of Australia, 2000
Israel's Beneficent Dead: Ancestor Cult and Necromancy in ...
This strongly favors his relative non-involvement with mortuary matters at Mari.
2.2.5. The Cult of the Dead, Deified Itur-Mer The deity Itur-Mer occupied one of
the two most important positions among the gods of Mari.127 The other was
Brian B. Schmidt, 1994
She wanted her life to change ... he wanted his to stay the same.
Climatologie de la mer: conférence internationale, Paris, ...
I - INTRODUCTION La connaissance de 1'energie transported par les vagues
dans les differents azimuts est essentielle pour une bonne description des etats
de mer. Le spectre directionnel est non seulement utile sur un plan theorique
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