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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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On The Edge Of covers such diverse aspects as species on the verge of extinction, refugees coming by the sea to the UK, the chemical footprint left by humanity for future archaeologists, flotsam and jetsom washed up on the tideline and other concerns related to the sea.
As in Pure and Casanova (1998), Miller returns to archetypal themes of the decades around 1800 -- the seismic social dislocations, the tideline where enlightenment and superstition meet, the flintlock cartridges and vials of laudanum.
The sixteen gap demolition teams were scheduled to land from LCMs [landing crafts, mechanized] three minutes before the infantry, to mark out and blow fifty-yard gaps through the obstacles between the low-and high-water tideline. They were supposed to be preceded by eight support and command teams five minutes earlier, but in essence they would land alongside the men they were due to support.
"BARB's hovercrafts were tasked by coastguards to fly out to them and a young child was flown from the tideline back to the safety of the beach, where her relieved parents were watching."
You will spend the day building the castles below the tideline and they will all be photographed and filmed.
In the Pacific, the bizarre leaping blenny lives above the tideline in miniature caves.
The slush will be washed onto the beach and deposited along the low or high tideline, where it can develop further.
On our out-of-season visit, the seafront had yet to fully wake from its winter slumber - there was lots of painting and freshening up going on - but we enjoyed a cheerful breakfast at the Tideline cafe and received a warm welcome on 'steak night' at the Bassett Arms.
"Our team is community and South Florida minded." Presenting Sponsors, Palm Beach International Raceway the City of West Palm Beach and the TIDELINE Ocean Resort & Spa support the series of events and although 85% of the vehicles are registered by individual owners, enthusiasts, collectors and car clubs, all the world's greatest luxury brands, both new and vintage are all there; Lamborghini, Aston Martin, Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Porsche, Audi, BMW, Tesla, Jaguar, Land Rover, McLaren and Ferrari.
There is a sense that the poet is closely reading the tideline, the land, the middens and graves, the unearthed human remains, the disappeared buildings, and interprets natural elements as if deciphering a range of creature and weather-generated languages.
In Context: The Smallest Story Ever Told: Tideline Runners Theatre Company present newly developed scenes from RJ Wilkinson's touching love-storyin-reverse, and chair a discussion about early-onset dementia.