tide table


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tide table

n
(Navigation) a table showing the height of the tide at different times of day over a period at a particular place

tide′ ta`ble


n.
a table listing the predicted times and heights of the tides for specific dates and places.
[1585–95]
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Tenders are invited for Printing & supply of Pocketsize diary containing information of arrangement of dewatering pumpsets with 5 months tide table for Monsoon 2017.
It's all a matter of timing, and possessing the ability to read and understand a tide table.
So be sure to check your local tide table before you venture out
Other measures implemented over the past 12 months include the removal of redundant signs, updating the island's tide table displays and modifications to smart phone apps and information on the council's website.
Disasters are said to come in threes, but Bruce Parker makes it clear they've always come in waves, and frequently provoke ingenious responses: the fact that the first tide table was devised in China is down to the tidal bore in the Qiantang River--at more than three kilometres wide and seven metres high, it isn't surprising that local minds applied themselves to predicting its appearance.
To saltwater gunners, tides are everything, and while I hope that this electronic version never replaces DOT's convenient Tide Table book.
We also paid a visit to Holy Island which was briefer than intended because we misread the tide table and had to make a speedy return across the causeway to avoid spending the night on the island
I don't know if they will be allowed to carry on with their journey, but if they are my advice would be for them to buy some proper charts and a tide table.
The tide table shows that the highest water is due just after midnight.
Thus, to calibrate the beam energy and keep improving measurement precision, it now pays to have an almanac or tide table handy.