summertide


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summertide

(ˈsʌmərˌtaɪd)
n
poetic summer time
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20 and 21 at the Sarasota Opera House: Sir Kenneth MacMillan's Concerto, Sir Peter Wright's Summertide, and Sir Frederick Ashton's Marguerite and Armand--something of a coup there.
Roy called the account of nature found in these letters "my little sister's summertide hymn" (Letters 73), a designation which may have been inspired by the author's reading of Teilhard de Chardin's mystical work entitled Hymn of the Universe (1961).
the North signals the turn of summertide and the ripening of the crops.