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rogue wave
NOUN
1.
a random, enormous ocean wave that sometimes travels at an angle to prevailing seas.
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Rogue waves are large, unexpected and suddenly appearing surface waves that can be extremely dangerous, even to large ships such as ocean liners. Rogue ...

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A rogue wave estimated at 18.3 meters (60 feet) in the Gulf Stream off of Charleston, S.C. At the time, surface winds were light at 15 knots. The wave was moving ...

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Rogue Wave Software is an American software development company. It provides cross-platform software development tools and embedded components for ...

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To understand what causes a rogue wave, first you must learn a little about regular waves. Think about waves you're familiar with -- such as the waves you ...

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May 12, 2017 ... Evocative descriptions of abnormally large "rogue waves" that appear out of the blue have been shared among sailors for centuries. With little ...

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Oct 26, 2009 ... A 100' ROGUE WAVE HIT THE OIL TANKER ESSO LANGUEDOC, ANOTHER SANK THE OIL PLATFORM OCEAN RANGER AND A THIRD ...
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Mar 20, 2017 ... Today we look the Top 6 MASSIVE Rogue Waves Caught on Tape! These clips show the craziest, scariest and biggest waves I've ever seen on ...

www.yachtingworld.com/special-reports/what-is-a-rogue-wave-and-is-it-possible-to-predict-where-and-when-one-might-strike-a-yacht-106138

Apr 20, 2017 ... The first oceanographer to define a wave as 'freak' was Laurence Draper, a man who preferred to do his science on dry land rather than at sea.