Fundy


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Fun·dy

 (fŭn′dē), Bay of
An inlet of the Atlantic Ocean in southeast Canada between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
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Fundy

(ˈfʌndɪ)
n
(Placename) Bay of Fundy an inlet of the Atlantic in SE Canada, between S New Brunswick and W Nova Scotia: remarkable for its swift tides of up to 21 m (70 ft)
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Fun•dy

(ˈfʌn di)

n.
Bay of, an inlet of the Atlantic in SE Canada, between New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, having swift tidal currents.
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References in classic literature ?
"Then it was you who got one of our boats, the Comus, off the rocks in the Bay of Fundy? The directors voted you three hundred guineas as salvage, and you refused them."
Efter thet, the heads and offals 'u'd scare the fish to Fundy. Boat-fishin' ain't reckoned progressive, though, unless ye know as much as dad knows.
Encountering squally weather again in the Bay of Fundy, we tumbled and rolled about as usual all that night and all next day.
Cape Enrage Adventures organizes canoeing and kayaking excursions that enable you to experience the Fundy tides one-on-one.
"In fact, it has the second highest tidal range in the world - the highest is the Bay of Fundy in Canada.
Fundy National Park WE'RE deep in the forest on the final day of our trip and nobody is making a sound.
As Pangaea drifted northward, the Fundy basin passed through the transition zone between this humid region and the arid subtropics to the north, recording the Triassic-Jurassic transition and temporally adjacent events.
AT 16 METRES or more-about five storeys high-the Bay of Fundy's tides are the highest in the world.
The magical moment was captured by Christine Callaghan, 62, a guide with a whalewatching cruiser in Canada's Bay of Fundy, about two miles off Long Island in Nova Scotia.
“A Sunset Calm in the Bay of Fundy,” William Bradford - One of American painter Bradford's most famous pieces, this work of art depicts several ships on the water in the Bay of Fundy, near the Gulf of Maine, watching as the sun goes down.