taver

taver

(ˈteɪvə)
vb (intr)
Scot to wander, to digress
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Rainfall (mm), temperature maximum (Tmax), average (Taver) and minimum (Tmin) ([degrees]C) of experimental site during 2014 (A) and 2015 (B).
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The average daily temperature (Taver) was 21.3[degrees]C (SD: 2.1), ranging from Tram = 13.5[degrees]C (SD: 3.1) to [T.sub.max] = 30.4[degrees]C (SD: 2.6).
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