tideline


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tideline

(ˈtaɪdˌlaɪn)
n
(Physical Geography) the mark or line left by the tide when it retreats from its highest point
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tideline

[ˈtaɪdlaɪn] Nlínea f de la marea alta
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As Hoylake's lifeboat has to launch at all states of the tide, the launch vehicle needs to be able to tow it well over one mile across the East Hoyle Sandbank to reach the tideline.
Event activities will be held at the Kimpton Tideline Ocean Resort & Spa; the Flagler Museum and other locations in Palm Beach, Florida.
By the time the word went out that Ship Creek would be the terminus of the railroad, workers began the arduous task of building a "corduroy" road made from birch logs that ran for a half mile from the silty mud tideline all the way up to more solid ground.
IT could have been a spring Sunday as I walked the length of Red Wharf Bay's tideline.
I recently enjoyed Tideline by Penny Hancock - beautifully written and deliciously dark, it's a gripping, atmospheric read.
After dragging my kayak above the high tideline, I put on my trail shoes and hiked up the narrow canyon to one of the most important anthropological sites in North America.
These too dropped away steeply into deep water, often <150m from the tideline.
At sunrise on October 9, 2010, in Malibu, California, dignitaries inaugurating Surfrider Beach (Malibu Lagoon State Beach) as the first World Surfing Reserve unexpectedly encountered more than 10,000 freshly killed Strongylocentrotus purpuratus (Stimpson, 1857) stranded at the tideline (Ralston, pers.
Nocturne soft soft soft soft now the combers come in and the moon's bit of platinum pours over the bay and the hard sand beneath me walking at tideline and the sound of the water sweet life-filled saltwater where the sea weeds are drifting rocking and rocking the night wraps around me, close as a blanket but stretching to everywhere and soft soft soft soft the waves come in in in in
Traditionally eiders are hunted from rocks, a tough proposition involving chasing the tideline up and down and moving the spread constantly.
10) According to Denis Bachand's reading of the burial sequence in the film, the father's disappearance in the depths of the sea brings reconciliation and resolves contradictions; (11) in other words, it helps Wahab and his friends accept their fate as nomads, fatherless, godless nomads, walking towards the infinite sea and across the endless ever-changing tideline to which they truly belong.